January 19, 2008

Stockholm, Sweden-based black metallers THE UGLY have inked a deal with Dental Records.

Commented the label in a statement, "Since we started Dental Records, we have always searched worldwide to find the right black metal band to join our ever-growing rooster of diversed metal. Believe it or not, the band that we finally found was in our own backyward. We welcome THE UGLY to the Dental family.

"This young band has huge potential to be the next leading black metal band hailing from Sweden. Take a dose of NIFELHEIM and DARK FUNERAL and mixed with their own sound and you get the idea of what the band is all about.

"The debut album will be recorded in Necromorbus studio (WATAIN, MÖRK GRYNING) in April, [and the] release is set [for] September."

THE UGLY added, "We have good vibe 'bout the whole thing and we're all very excited! Finally we will be able to unleash the full destructive, wretched power of our putrid hymns! No more crappy demo shit; this time it's gonna be the real deal."

For more information, including demo versions of the songs "Seven Heads Ten Horns" and "Hierarchy of the Undead", visit the band's MySpace page.

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