November 8, 2010

North American extreme metal act SAETITH has inked a worldwide deal with the U.K. record label Rising Records for the release of its next full-length album. The band said, "Preparations for the new record have already begun and we will officially enter the studio to begin recording the new album shortly after returning from our tours in mid-2011."

SAETITH was founded in January 2006 by brothers Scott (guitar, vocals) and Jered Eames (bass, symphonic orchestrations, grand piano). The band's current lineup is rounded out by drummer Duane Timlin (DYING FETUS, DIVINE EMPIRE, BROKEN HOPE) and session/touring guitarist Gian Pyres (CRADLE OF FILTH, DRAGONLORD).

SAETITH's second EP, "Revive The Blasphemy", was released earlier this year.

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