Veteran New York metallers OVERKILL have officially signed to Spitfire Records after releasing one album, Bloodletting, on the Metal-Is label, according to Digital Metal. Initial plans for OVERKILL are to issue a live album and DVD that's expected to follow in the footsteps of 1988's F.ck You EP and 1995's Wrecking Your Neck — Live. After OVERKILL's live record is released, the band and label will then focus on the band's thirteenth as-yet-untitled full-length album. The live CD is expected to drop in summer, while the studio record is not due until the winter.
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