Madrid, Spain-based metal band INFERNOISE has inked a three-album deal with Locomotive Records.

Commented the group: "It has been a long wait, but everything comes and finally we can say that we have given the best for release the [upcoming INFERNOISE] album ['The Chainsaw's Law'] and pass into the next level in our professional career. We have received throughout this year many offers from some companies around Europe. We want to send them a greeting and we would like to thank their interest in our band. We are always looking for the best and finally we found someone who was betting loudly for this band, someone who believes and enjoys our music. This is only the beginning, we have much to give in the world of music."

INFERNOISE's forthcoming album, "The Chainsaw's Law", was recorded and mixed by Timo Tolkki (STRATOVARIUS, REVOLUTION RENAISSANCE) at Sonic Pump Studios in Helsinki, Finland and M-20 Studios in Madrid, Spain. The CD was mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki.

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"The Chainsaw's Law" will be released in Europe in October and in North America in February.


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