Dååth signs a new deal with Metal Blade Records

Author Hernan Osuna - 23.2.2023

American progressive death metal band Dååth has released its first new song in 12 years, “No Rest No End“. The Atlanta metallers have also signed a new record deal with Metal Blade Records.

Dååth currently consists of guitarist Eyal Levi and vocalist Sean Zatorsky alongside new members drummer Krimh (Septicflesh, ex-Decapitated) and orchestrator Jesse Zuretti (Binary Code). “No Rest, No End” features guest solos by Rafael Trujillo (Obsidious, ex-Obscura) and Spiro Dussias, as well as session bass by Dave Marvuglio.

The band said in a statement: “After 12 years on hiatus, we agreed that if we’re bringing Dååth back, we’re doing it right. That’s why we’re so excited to announce that we’ve signed to our dream label, Metal Blade! From day one, they understood and backed our vision for the future, have an inextinguishable passion for the genre, an incredible staff, and are one of the reasons Metal is on the map and thriving.

We’re excited to add to the growing metal history Slagel & Co have forged with unstoppable determination. Dååth signing to Metal Blade couldn’t be a better pairing – we’re taking this to its full potential, letting nothing and nobody stand in our way. If you’re not going all out, what’s the point?”, they added.

The group began its journey in 1999 and stayed busy for just over a decade before taking a hiatus in 2011. In that time, Dååth released 4 studio albums (“Futility” – self-released 2004, “The Hinderers” – Roadrunner Records 2007, “The Concealers” – Century Media 2009, “Dååth” – Century Media 2010) and toured throughout the world with bands like Dark Funeral, Naglfar, Zyklon, Dragonforce, Goatwhore, Chimaira, Throwdown, Dying Fetus, and Devildriver making a lasting impression with the metal community and its many subgenres. Dååth also landed a coveted spot on Ozzfest playing before tens of thousands of fans in outdoor amphitheaters across the US in addition to the infamous and long-running metal tour, Summer Slaughter.