THRONEAEON Part Ways With Hammerheart Records

Swedish death metallers THRONEAEON have parted ways with Holland's Hammerheart Records due to unsatisfactory promotion of their Neither of Gods album, according to Digital Metal.

"Since our co-operation with Hammerheart Records hasn't been satisfactory we have come to an agreement where we will no longer be working together," the band announced in a recent email newsletter. "We've been negotiating with a couple of interested labels and we'll soon be able to announce through which label the next full-length album will be released. However, we would like to point out that the current situation gives us 100 percent control over what happens in the future, so if you feel you have something to offer or would like to be in co-operation with the band in any matter, feel free to contact us!"

In the meantime, THRONEAEON are writing new material for the follow-up to Neither of Gods and have recorded MORBID ANGEL's "The Lion's Den" for an appearance on the forthcoming Hellspawn Records MORBID ANGEL tribute.


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