Unique Leader Records has announced the signing of the slamming, groove-oriented brutal death metal outfit KATALEPSY to a multi-album deal. The band will enter Cosmos studio later this year to begin recording a new CD for a 2012 release.

Hailing from Russia, KATALEPSY is "one of the most active and well-known death metal bands in the country today," according to a press release. "Successful previous releases, extensive shows, touring and playing numerous fests supporting well know acts has really brought the band to another level. Their catchy, pit-fueling, heavy-as-hell sound has since earned them fans from around the world who are highly anticipating a new release. In all, KATALEPSY is a great example of perfectly executed American-style slamming brutal death metal and is guaranteed to deliver to any fan of unrelenting music. KATALEPSY is definitely a band to watch out for because their unique style and approach to song writing sheds new light compared to many brutal death metal acts today."

For more information, visit www.katalepsy.ru.


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