Brazilian Symphonic Extreme Metal band HAWTHORN has signed a multi-label recording contract with Sullen Records and Intense Millennium Records.

By the influence of Scandinavian bands, HAWTHORN began in October of 200 in Curitiba – Parana (Brazil). Intending to compose extreme symphonic metal with well worked melodies and vocals.

HAWTHORN have released two recordings independently. 2008′s “Dawn of Blood” EP, and 2010′s “Thorns and Blood”. Neither recording had been previously released in North America. Sullen Records will release a limited edition CD featuring both recordings in February 2010. HAWTHORN is currently working on a new full length album for release in 2011. The new full length will be released later this year on Intense Millennium Records.

HAWTHORN is the first officially active band to be announced as signing to Intense Millennium Records. Intense Millennium Records is the partnered label to Frontline Records, and is distributed nationwide via Infinity Distribution.

Check out HAWTHORN via the band’s official myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/hawthornband

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