AMULANCE: 'The Rage Within And The Aftermath' CD To Contain Never-Before-Heard Recordings

San Jose, California's Stormspell Records has announced the release of AMULANCE's "The Rage Within and the Aftermath" CD. The disc will contain the band's original 1987 "The Rage Within" six-song demo as well as never-before-heard demo recordings taken from the "The Aftermath Sessions", recorded in 1988-1989 shortly after the recording of the group's highly acclaimed "Feel The Pain" LP. All songs have been remixed and remastered from the original tapes. To make it even more appealing to the listeners, the label has upgraded the release to an enhanced multimedia CD including two exclusive live video performances recorded in 1988 and 1989.

Commented AMULANCE vocalist Rik Baez: "I knew of Stormspell as being a label that handled some excellent European bands. I had seen some of their releases and was blown away! I didn't think metal labels actually did work on packaging anymore. I'm very proud to be the first American band on the label."

True to the label's policy of matching great music with elaborate packaging, "The Rage Within and the Aftermath" is graced with custom artwork drawn by renowned artist Dimitar Nikolov (DRIFTER, CYPHER SEER, ILIUM, STEEL ASSASSIN). A 24-page booklet crammed with band history, photos, lyrics, liner notes from the band members for every one of the 12 songs, and a glossy hand-numbered luxury slipcase complete the overall packaging, making this release STORMSPELL's most elaborate and beautiful release to date by far. As a special bonus, first 150 CDs has been converted to special "die-hard" edition autographed by each band member and with a collectible AMULANCE embroidered patch included as free bonus.

To preorder the "die-hard" CD version, T-shirt, or check out audio samples and more information, go to this location.

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