May 28, 2004

Swedish death metallers NOMINON have signed a one-album deal with Singapore's Konqueror Records. The band will enter Necromorbus studio in the fall to begin recording the CD for an early 2005 release. "As of now the brutal combo has around five new tracks ready, and you can expect at least eight, maybe nine songs on the album," the band write on their web site. "NOMINON will also be auditioning a few fellows for the bass player job in the summer as well."

As previously reported, NOMINON's five track mini-CD, "The True Face Of Death", was recently released through Nuclear Winter Records. A gatefold 12" vinyl version of the EP will likely be issue in June. Also planned for release is a collection of NOMINON demos, to be made available via Northern Silence Productions next month in a package that will also include demo recordings from the once-promising Swedish black metal outfit FAFNER.

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