US extreme metallers Pathology have signed a new deal with extreme label Sevared Records, after they had released three albums through Victory Records and consequently finished their commitment with this Chicago-based label.

The band comments: "Pathology has signed a deal with extreme label Sevared Records. The band has finished their 3 album commitment to Victory and has decided to go back to their underground roots. Pathology wastes no time and is already working on a brand new album. This will be the 7th studio release from the band and will feature the return of singer Matti Way and original guitarist Tim Tiszczenko. Look for this release in summer of 2013."


Source: pathologymusic.com
Band profile: Pathology
 
Posted: 18.01.2013 by Abattoir



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psykometal - 18.01.2013 at 20:42  
Whaaaat?! They finally left Victory to go to a label that better suits their style. Niiiiice. And working on new shit already, bitchin'. Look forward to the new album.
Iskander - 18.01.2013 at 21:49  
Haha... maybe now that they're not on a "untrve" label anymore, maybe they'll get the attention they deserve.
Misfit74 - 19.01.2013 at 03:08  
This band is making great moves. The new members and this new signing to Sevared make me think they'll take things up to a whole other level. I already love their work and this gives weight to a promising future ahead.
Cynic Metalhead - 22.01.2013 at 17:55  
Sweet.

Look forward to the new album.

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