AWAKEN DEMONS leave Siege of Amida Records

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Siege of Amida Records and Italy’s AWAKEN DEMONS have parted ways.

AWAKEN DEMONS reported the following:

They digitally released one record last month, did a lot of shows in Europe, but SOAR never helped us out. No reviews, no advertising, they didn’t even print the physical CD. It’s been our worst experience ever.

Last year the label announced:

Siege Of Amida Records are proud to announce the signing of Italian giants Awaken Demons!

Notorious for their savagely violent live shows, and the infectious cover of “Here Comes The Hot(2)stepper,” AD have become a main staple name in the European live circuit and are poised to take on the world with their instantly likeable sound.

The band are now holed away in their practice space making the final touches to their forthcoming new album, to be released at the start of 2012. Promising massive grooves, crushing breakdowns, and the perfect balance between savage Death Metal and bruising Hardcore, the band boast that this record is the finest of their career to date.

The band state about the signing: “We are proud to announce our signing to Siege Of Amida Records. SOAR have always been a super heavy label with a proven reputation; we couldn’t be happier. The guys at the label are awesome and we are very excited to release our third full length through them. The artwork will be done by Nicola Lelli (A Day To Remember, Terror), will be recorded in Italy as usual, then mixed and mastered by Zack Ohren (All Shall Perish, The Ghost Inside and Endwell). Expect 10 brutal and heavy songs but at the same time melodic and super catchy. We’ve also got a special guest vocal appearance from Jonathan Vigil of The Ghost Inside and a few other surprises. See you all in the pit!”

Awaken Demons’ new album will be released in January 2012 via SOAR worldwide.

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