SOLACE OF REQUIEM Signs Distribution Deal With OPEN GRAVE RECORDS

Virginia Beach, Virginia death metal trio SOLACE OF REQUIEM has signed a two-year agreement with Open Grave Records for the distribution of their latest album, "Utopia Reborn" (2006). "The 'Utopia Reborn' CD will soon be available through OGR in select retail stores throughout the United States," the band writes on its web site.

In other news, SOLACE OF REQUIEM "will now focus solely on the pre-production of their new album with Andy Classen (KRISIUN, BELPHEGOR, GRAVEWORM, ROTTING CHRIST) at Stage One Studio in Germany," the group writes on its web site. "The recording of the pre-production will take place on October 15th, 2007. Shortly thereafter SOR has plans to take a very small tour of Europe with the German band MOSHQUITO. Don't forget that SOR will be at Bev's Jook Joint in Superior, Wisconsin on Friday, May 11th 2007 for a show with their good friends JAUNDICE prior to performing at this year's Milwaukee Metalfest 19 on Saturday, May 12th, 2007."

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