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Final SurrenderBangalore, India-based band Final  announce the release of their full length album Empty Graves on Rottweiler Records. The full is slated to release September 24th, while single entitled “Refresh” will be releasing this coming Tuesday.

Final started the into the world of progressive with the release of their first full-length album, The Expanse. The debut effort subsequently brought them a great deal of local and international acclaim. An entitled St. as well as three additional singles have followed since. In February of 2012, the received a much needed breakthrough as they signed to Rottweiler Records. Ex- drummer Rocky Gray, who also plays for Living , and The produced what will likely become the band’s breakthrough album. Final will also be undertaking their first international in the as part of the ’s promotion.

Rottweiler Records President Shawn Browning states, “I’m very excited to be releasing Final Surrender’s Empty Graves on Rottweiler. I feel confident in saying worldwide are in for something they’ve never experienced before.” Browning continues, “the will include crushing, precision drumming, virtuoso playing, snarling, growling lead vocals accompanied by lush harmony vocals…plus the secret ingredient – traditional Indian instrumentation and orchestral arrangements.” When asked about the release of the on Rottweiler, Final drummer Jared Sandhy stated, “it has been an honor working with Rottweiler Records and their team. It’s been a humbling putting this record together with talented individuals who’ve put their and into making Empty Graves the best it could possibly be.”

The current lineup includes Joseph Samuel on vocals, Jared Sandhy on drums, and the tag team duo of Sanjay Kumar and James Stephanes on guitar. A temporary bass player is standing in as they search for a new bass player to the lineup.

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