LORD BELIAL Signs With DOZER RECORDS

The resurrected original lineup of Swedish black metallers LORD BELIAL has inked a deal with Dozer Records. The band is currently writing and recording material for a new album, tentatively due next year.

LORD BELIAL announced it was calling it quits in January 2009, citing "the hearing problem (tinnitus): suffered by the band's drummer, Micke Backelin, as the main reason for its decision.

LORD BELIAL released its latest album, "The Black Curse", in September 2008 via Regain Records. The CD was recorded at Deadline Studios with producer Valle Adzic.

LORD BELIAL's seventh full-length album, "Revelation", was recorded at Los Angered studio (owned by KING DIAMOND guitarist Andy La Rocque) outside Gothenburg.

LORD BELIAL is:

Thomas Backelin - Vocals, Guitar
Niclas Andersson - Guitar
Anders Backelin - Bass
Micke Backelin - Drums

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page

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