French black metallers REVERENCE have inked a deal with Osmose Productions. The band will enter Drudenhaus Studio in March with Neb Xort (ANOREXIA NERVOSA) to begin recording its third album for a late 2009 release. The CD will contain eight songs with a running time of nearly 60 minutes.

Formed in 1998, REVERENCE released a few demos and split CDs/LPs between 2001 and 2004 (2003's "Decorporation" split with BLUT AUS NORD probably being the most well-known one). In September 2005, seven years after the band's inception, REVERENCE recorded its debut album, "Industrial Mental Concept", for the French label Dead Sun Records. A sophomore effort, "Chamber Of Divine Elaboration", followed in 2007 via Avantgarde Music.

According to the group's official bio, REVERENCE "adds to a basic depressive black metal structure built upon a very interesting guitar work, some industrial weird synth effects and spectral sounds that make their songs easily memorable and in some cases unique."

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