DELIAN LEAGUE Complete Work On Debut Album

New Jersey-based metal quitent DELIAN LEAGUE have finished mixing their debut album, "Truth in Chaos", at Audiohammer studios (TRIVIUM, GOD FORBID, CANNAE) in Florida with producer Jason Suecoff. Jason "did a great job and it really sounds better than we could have ever hoped for," the band write on their web site.

DELIAN LEAGUE's "Truth in Chaos" is scheduled for release later in the year via Screaming Ferret Wreckords. The band, which is said to meld a classic metal (TESTAMENT, MEGADETH) vibe with newer influences (SOILWORK, DISTURBED), was formed in 2003 by guitarists Rich Broadhead and Dave Hatfield, and also features vocalist Jude Andrade, bassist Shane Buolos, and drummer Joe Dooling. Listen to tracks from the band's "Day of Question" EP at this location.

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