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Killing Angels
NINE Sign U.S. Deal With Deathwish Inc.
June 14, 2004
Sweden's NINE have now signed a U.S. deal with Deathwish Inc. to release their new album Killing Angels. The album, which was produced by Daniel Bergstrand (In Flames, Meshuggah), will be released this Fall by the label. For now, you can download an mp3 of the track "Watching The Train Go By" from the album here.
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Nine are one of Sweden's greatest metal/hardcore exports. In the last three years Nine have released two infectious albums on Sweden's legendary Burning Heart record label "Lights out" (2001) and "Killing angels" (2003). (Both albums were quickly met with rave reviews from listeners and critics alike). Propelling the band to new heights of praise and popularity within the European aggressive music scene. "Killing Angels" is released in the US by the mighty DEATHWISH Records. After Scandinavian touring with the likes of The Haunted and Nasum, Nine made major noise when they hit the road of Europe with Entombed, Disfear, The Hope Conspiracy, and later Converge. On these tours their immense power was truly undeniable. Nine roared through unsuspecting crowds like a runaway freight train, bringing new life to the unforgettable "Swedish" sound. Nine was formed in Linköping 1994 and before the BHR years, Nine released two albums "Listen" (1996, Startracks rec) and "Kissed by the misanthrope" (1998, Sidekicks records) and one MCD "To the bottom" (1995, No Looking back records). During the years 1994 - 2001, Nine toured with band such as Snapcase, Frodus, Entombed. Nine are now in the beginning of making songs for the new album which is planned to be recorded in January 2005.