Reactivated Swedish death metal outfit DESULTORY has inked a deal with Pulverised Records.

The band comments: "We are very pleased to sign with Pulverised Records as they have a very good reputation here in Sweden. Professional guys and fans of the death metal scene, just as it should be.

"After our third album in 1996, we put DESULTORY to sleep and went on to explore other musical directions. But now, 13 years later, we are back again, we felt the need to create some new death metal and that it was time for DESULTORY to be reborn. The new material for the forthcoming record will be a touch of the old DESULTORY but mixed up with new influences. It will be hard, brutal and melodic.

"Two lineup changes. Håkan Morberg is now playing lead guitar (before he was playing bass) and Jojje Bohlin is handling the bass. Still Klas Morberg on vocals and guitar and Thomas Johnson smashing the drums.

"We're really looking forward to see you on tour or on a festival somewhere!"

DESULTORY's last album, "Swallow the Snake", was released in 1996.

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DESULTORY 2009 - from left to right: Klas Morberg, Håkan Morberg, Thomas Johnson and Johan Bohlin:


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