Reactivated Swedish old-school death metallers INTERMENT have inked a deal with Singapore's Pulverised Records. The band is currently hard at work on material for a new full-length album, tentatively due in early 2009.
INTERMENT last year parted ways with bassist Mattias "Cryptan" Norrman (KATATONIA, ex-DELLAMORTE) "because of Mattias' lack of time," according to a posting on the group's web site. "He [has] his ass full with KATATONIA and we understand his situation. So from now and on it's Martin Schulman from DEMONICAL (ex-CENTINEX) who's [handling] the bass."
INTERMENT released a split CD with FUNEBRARUM, "Conjuration of the Sepulchral", in January 2007 on Conqueror Of Thorn Records. The band played its first gig since 1992 at Daniel Ekeroth's (INSISION bassist) release party for his book "Swedish Death Metal" on January 26, 2007 at Kafe 44 in Stockholm.
INTERMENT played its first show outside Sweden at last year's Party.San Metal Open Air festival, which took place August 9-11, 2007 in Bad Berka, Germany.
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