Norwegian black metallers GORGOROTH have signed a deal with Sweden's Regain Records. The group recently completed the drum tracks for their new album, "Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam", at Lydriket Studios in Norway for a tentative late spring/early summer release.

GORGOROTH were most recently signed to Nuclear Blast Records, who released the band's last three efforts: "Twilight of the Idols" (2003), "Incipit Satan" (2000) and "Destroyer" (1998).

GORGOROTH recently inked a deal with the French label Season of Mist for the reissues of their first three albums: "Pentagram" (1994), "Antichrist" (1996) and "Under the Sign of Hell" (1997). All three will be re-released on February 17 in a remastered, digipack version.

Upcoming GORGOROTH shows:

Feb. 11 - John Dee - Oslo, NOR
Feb. 12 - Hydranten - Hamar, NOR
Mar. 26 - Hof Ter Loo - Antwerpen, BEL
Mar. 27 - La Locomotive - Paris, FRA
Mar. 28 - 013 - Tilburg, NETH
Jul. 02 - With Full Force Festival - Leipzig, GER


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