New York, NY- New York City metal band IKILLYA is proud to officially announce their partnership with Megaforce Records Incorporated and will be releasing their sophomore record Vae Victis on April 29th. Vae Victis is Latin for ‘woe to the vanquished ones’ and is the follow-up record to IKILLYA’s highly praised debut album Recon which the band is offering for free download in its entirety as well today. Referred to as “New York’s version of Lamb of God” by Metalsucks.net, IKILLYA has also released a music video for their first single, sharing the same namesake as the record, Vae Victis over at Metalsucks.net.

To check out the music video for Vae Victis head to Metalsucks.net here http://www.metalsucks.net/?p=138211

To purchase the single Vae Victis head here http://tinyurl.com/mcjxxvo

To pre-order the album Vae Victis and receive the single as an instant grat head to iTunes here https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/vae-victis/id807341826?ls=1

To download IKILLYA’s first record RECON for free head to the bands bandcamp page http://ikillya.bandcamp.com

For official IKILLYA merch as well as Pre-order bundles head to the bands store here http://www.myplaydirect.com/ikillya

Vocalist Jason Lekberg says of the signing to Megaforce Records Incorporated “I’m very excited to be partnering with MRI for the distribution of our new album. Thus far in our career we have been nearly completely DIY and this partnership will help get our music to more listeners around the world while being able to retain our creative control and master recordings. It’s an additional bonus to me that their parent company Megaforce is one of the most important labels of my early years.”

IKILLYA is a four-piece New York City metal band that features vocalist Jason Lekberg, guitarist Eric Jackson, bassist Mariel Miele and drummer Bill Burton.

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