SUIDAKRA Sign With ARMAGEDDON, Set Release Date For New Album

January 30, 2005

German melodic black/death metallers SUIDAKRA have inked a new record deal with Armageddon Music. The group's seventh album, "Command to Charge", is scheduled for release on April 25. A limited-edition digipack containing various bonus material will also be available.

The follow-up to 2003's "Signs for the Fallen", "Command to Charge" was recorded at Gernhard studio in Siegburg, Germany. Mastering duties were handled at the Monoposto Mastering Studio (DIE TOTEN HOSEN, SCORPIONS, TITO & TARANTULA etc.). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Decibel Dance", "Reap The Storm", "The Alliance", "Strange Perfection", "Second Skin", "C14_Measured By Infinity", "The End Beyond Me", "Dead Man's Reel" (instrumental),"A Runic Rhyme" (acoustic),"Gathered In Fear" (acoustic) and "Moonlight Shadow" (MIKE OLDFIELD cover).

SUIDAKRA are currently working on the cover artwork for "Command To Charge" and a building a new homepage. A brand new MP3 file will be made available for download soon. Meanwhile, the band have revealed that the last MP3 file they posted on their web site, "A Vision's Demise" (from "Signs for the Fallen") was downloaded more than 21,000 times.

Upcoming SUIDAKRA shows:

Feb. 12 – Arnsberg, GER - Winternachtstraum Festival
Feb. 25-26 – Granada, SPA - Artafe Vega Rock Festival
Mar. 11 – Bamberg, GER - Live Club
Jun. 25 – Tolmin, SLO - MetalCamp
Jul. 30 - Neu Wulmstorf, GER - Metal Bash
Aug. 18-20 – Abtsgmünd, GER - Summer Breeze Festival

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