Exumer Signs Record Deal
2011-12-05 by TheNotrap | 24 Comments

The German thrash metal band Exumer have signed a record deal with Metal Blade Records.

After a 24-year hiatus "Fire & Damnation" will be released in the next spring.

Singer Mem V. Stein comments:

"We tried to do everything 'right,' with this album, from writing the new material to working with Waldemar Sorychta as our producer. Hence, Metal Blade Records as a label is the most logical choice for the band, in order to be represented globally and reach every fan that is interested in what EXUMER has to offer in 2012, and beyond."

Exumer line-up:

Mem V. Stein - Vocals

Ray Mensh - Guitar

T. Schiavo - Bass

H.K. - Guitar

Matthias Kassner – Drums

http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=166861

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DevynBatchelder
December 5th 2011

48 Comments


That is heartwarming.

Pharoh
December 5th 2011

3326 Comments


m/

Tyrannic
December 5th 2011

3261 Comments


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Scoot
December 5th 2011

17684 Comments


After a 24-year hiatus "Fire & Damnation" will be released in the next spring.

dayum that's a long time

Digging: Unjust - Glow

NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
December 5th 2011

6942 Comments



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KILL
December 5th 2011

70718 Comments


fuckin yes m/////////////

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TheNotrap
December 5th 2011

7992 Comments


m/









AfterTheBreakdown
December 5th 2011

7106 Comments


m/

KILL
December 5th 2011

70718 Comments


no breakdown you wont like this band not enough sweepz and stabwounds

AfterTheBreakdown
December 5th 2011

7106 Comments


U sure about that?

KILL
December 5th 2011

70718 Comments


wot u think

AfterTheBreakdown
December 5th 2011

7106 Comments


I'm going to listen to this band and I'm going to like it!

KILL
December 5th 2011

70718 Comments


!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ILikeYoyos1
December 5th 2011

84 Comments


this is a band I never expected to have done a reunion

TheNotrap
December 5th 2011

7992 Comments


^ Same here.

It's good to see these old school bands making new work.

Ovrot
December 5th 2011

10468 Comments


oh god yes

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none
December 5th 2011

1100 Comments


I'm going to listen to this band and I'm going to like it!


nvr listenin again

gabethepiratesquid
December 6th 2011

4521 Comments


Thought this was Exuma.

Thrash metal sux.

KILL
December 6th 2011

70718 Comments


ugh faggot

DevynBatchelder
December 6th 2011

48 Comments


They're going to have to exhume Exuma if he's gonna make another record.
Maybe Exumer can help with that and they can make an awesome collaborative album.

gabethepiratesquid
December 6th 2011

4521 Comments


I'd listen to that.

DevynBatchelder
December 6th 2011

48 Comments


God damn right, you would.

CakeWithCream
December 6th 2011

1021 Comments


YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

DieDead
December 7th 2011

222 Comments


Fuck yeah. never saw this coming!



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