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Red Cord Records is proud to announce the signing of South Carolina’s melodic death metal band YOUR CHANCE TO DIE. Playing together since 2007, this female fronted band has created a sound blending death metal with hauntingly beautiful melodies to develop music that is truly unique. YCTD has a great live show that employs passion and a brutal sound that will leave you breathless and begging for more.
In 2009 YCTD self-released, their first full-length album and since that time has been working with renowned producer Jamie King (Through the Eyes of the Dead, The Human Abstract, Between the Buried and Me) on their second full-length album Suscitatio SomnusSuscitatio Somnus will be unleashed on August 16, 2011.
Watch the music video for Annuit Coeptis: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGhSiaFETd8
YOUR CHANCE TO DIE is:
Melissa “Missi” Avila – Vocals
Oscar “Coca” Avila – Guitar
Daniel Todd – Drums
Joshua Crawley – Bass
Chase Crouch – Guitar
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