KONGH Signs With SEVENTH RULE RECORDINGS

Seventh Rule Recordings has announced the signing of Scandinavian doom lords KONGH.

Hailing from Sweden, KONGH churns out doom metal with a progressive melting pot of ideas whose origins stem from the spirit of their godfathers — MELVINS, YOB, and CANDLEMASS.

The follow-up to their critically acclaimed "Counting Heartbeats" debut, "Shadows of the Shapeless" will be released by Seventh Rule to the North American region in early 2010.

"Shadows of the Shapeless" was recorded and mixed in Sweden by Peter Lundin and mastered by Peter In De Betou (ENTOMBED, MESHUGGAH).

KONGH will be touring throughout 2010, including dates in Europe and the United States.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/kongh.

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