SEASON OF MIST CAPTURE WORMED

Sci-fi loving death metal quintet Wormed have inked a deal with Season Of Mist and are working on their first album with the label.

 

The underground Spanish group have been around for over 15 years now, crafting technical death metal with a huge focus on all things intergalactic, and signing to Season Of Mist is a big step forward for them.

 

The band said: “Yes, today Krighsu is very proud of us, because we’re really pleased to announce that we’re signing to Season Of Mist! Always interested in exploring and developing a new path, and one of the labels that works with many of the mythical bands that have influenced us throughout these years! (Gorguts, Morbid Angel, Mayhem, Cynic, Deathspell Omega, Atheist and many more!).

 

“Being part of this label is a huge step in our career! We’re really excited and we want to thank everyone out who’s helping Wormed to grow as a band!”

 

It’s not the only new thing for the band this year either, as G-Calero (ex-Upheaval, ex-Cadaverized Ferocity and current Genotype) joined on drums in early January after the departure of Riky for professional reasons.

 

G-Calero said: “I’m very proud and excited about the chance to work with such a respected band, and contribute with everything I can to the Wormed experience. I can’t wait to be part of a new chapter in the band’s history, creating a new work space and implode stages with it!”

 

Last year saw Wormed release their second full-length Exodromos to good reviews, ten years after their debut Planisphærium landed on Macabre Mementos Records. Based in Madrid, they’re not leaving it another decade this time, and are currently writing for album number three. Watch this space!

 

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