The UK based ice-cold legion WINTERSOUL are proud to announce that they have just signed a deal with American record label NOKTERNAL HEMIZPHEAR (www.nhmetal.com). A new era has begun and we are confident that the cooperation will be successful for both band and record label. More detailed information on the debut album, including the official release date , cover art revealing, and track streaming will be announced shortly.


…prepare for battle, the winter holocaust has begun…
The track listing is as follows:

01. Frostland
02. Dawn of the Ice Hearts
03. Thorns of Winter
04. Dark Winter Skies
05. The Awakening
06. Shades of Terror
07. Shadows of Death
08. Blood on Ice

09. …As the Snowfall…
Album info and links below:

Wintersoul’s Official MySpace:

www.myspace.com/wintersoulhorde

Nokternal Hemizphear Webshop:

www.nhmetal.com

Nokternal Hemizphear Official MySpace:

www.myspace.com/officialnhmetal

Nokternal Hemizphear Official Twitter Page:

www.twitter.com/nhmetal

Metal for a Dark World!

Jason (Dohgrafar)

www.nhmetal.com

www.myspace.com/officialnhmetal

www.twitter.com/nhmetal

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