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Immortal Sÿnn to release "Hellspawn" in August!

Denver heavy metal band, Immortal Sÿnn, has inked a distribution deal with UK-based record label, Heavy Metal Records.

“We’re excited to finally be getting some recognition and progressing forward after years of paying our dues as an independent artist,” said guitarist and band founder Tony Z. “I’ve been doing this since 2004, and am excited to finally have a label behind us that has worked with some really hard-hitting bands in the past!”

Dan Morris, a representative of the label says of the company, “Established in 1978, Heavy Metal Records is the original heavy metal label. It was one of the leading contributors to the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. Having bands like Witchfinder General, Scorpions, Diamond Head, and Accept as alumni, they are a clear powerhouse of the metal world.”

The band had been in talks with the label since early August 2023, and signed a deal in December to have the label distribute their long-awaited EP, Hellspawn, a follow-up to their 2021 full-length album, Force of Habit.

“This is a big turning point for us!” exclaimed guitarist, Brad Wagner. “I’m excited to see where we go from here, and what the future may hold.”

The label plans to release four of the five songs from the EP as singles every six weeks beginning with “The Truth” on March 8th. The full EP is slated for release on August 23rd.

Since Tony Z revived Immortal Sÿnn in 2012 following a six-year hiatus, the Denver-based heavy metal band has steadily been making a name for themselves both locally and abroad. They have independently released 14 singles, 2 EPs, 2 full-length albums, and 3 compilation albums. Their latest release is Live Cuts and Rarities: Vol. 2, a collection of previously-unreleased tracks, alternate mixes, and live cuts.

The band has completed four US tours, and has opened for a variety of well-known acts including Hammerfall, Tommy Vext, Flotsam & Jetsam, Loudness, Winger, Ratt, and more. The group is in the midst of planning their 2024 summer tour which will take them through the southern United States.

In August 2023, Immortal Sÿnn enlisted former Grim Reaper and Grip Inc. bassist, Chaz Grimaldi, as their newest member.

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