Creeping Death have signed a new deal with eOne Music and are planning to re-release their “Specter Of War” EP on vinyl on February 15. That will be followed by a new album next year. The group commented:
“We are beyond excited to be working with eOne. The roster is made up of some of the best in the game, and we are ready to show the world who Creeping Death is.”
Lord Dying have signed a new deal with eOne Music and are planning to release a new album through the label in 2019. The band will be hitting West Valley Recording Studios next week to begin recording the effort with Mike Plotnikoff. Vocalist/guitarist Erik Olson commented:
“We are very excited to announce our signing with eOne. We’re in good company here with the likes of Crowbar, High On Fire and Black Fast. We’re excited to start working on our third album with Mike. We’ve been working tirelessly the last couple years on this album and in some ways, it’s one Chris and I have wanted to make for the last 15+ years.”
Enterprise Earth have signed a new deal with eOne/Good Fight Music and are planning to release their new album this fall. The band will be hitting the studio in July to record the effort with producer Jason Suecof. Frontman Dan Watson commented:
“We are very proud to announce that we are joining forces with eOne and Good Fight Music. We have grown into something bigger than we ever imagined and we couldn’t be happier to have such an amazing team to support us.”
Skyharbor have signed a new deal with eOne Music/Good Fight Music. The band’s new album, “Sunshine Dust,” will be released through the label later this year.
Guitarist Keshav Dhar commented:
“It goes without saying that we’re stoked as all hell to have found our new home with Entertainment One and Good Fight Music. They have been key in bringing to life our vision for where we want this band to go, and we’re delighted to be able to bring our new record out to the world through them.”
SVP of Metal, eOne Music Scott Givens also added:
“Entertainment One is committed to developing and breaking new rock/metal music talent. Skyharbor has already laid the foundation for an amazing future with us and we are all excited to get to work.”
You can catch Skyharbor on tour with The Contortionist, Silent Planet, and Strawberry Girls.
CKY have signed a new deal with eOne Music. The band are expected to release their new album through the label later this year.
The following was shared regarding the signing:
CKY SIGNS WITH ENTERTAINMENT ONE MUSIC
CKY (Chad I Ginsburg, Jess Margera and Matt Deis) are proud to announce that they have signed a worldwide record deal with Entertainment One Music (eOne Music) with plans to release a brand new full length album this summer!
“We are thrilled to be working with one of the most progressive record labels in the music business today,” says vocalist/guitarist Chad I Ginsburg. ”CKY are looking forward to a long partnership in great music for the entire world with eOne!”
CKY has a full touring schedule lined up and are primed and ready to take the US, UK, and Canada by storm. First the band will be heading to the UK this May for a thirteen show run, several of which are already sold out. They will then be heading to Canada in June for ten key shows from Quebec all the way to Vancouver, followed by a summer-long trek across the United States as part of the 2017 Vans Warped Tour!
We’ll be sharing much more news on the upcoming brand new CKY record very soon, in the meantime the band is excited and ready to hit the road and hang with their extended family and friends, the CKY Alliance. See you at the shows!
Rex Brown (Pantera, etc.) has signed with eOne Music for his new solo album. Brown worked on the Caleb Sherman produced album with Lance Harvill. The effort also features drummer Christopher Williams, and special guest Peter Keyes (Lynyrd Skynyrd) on select tracks.
Brown said the following about the upcoming album:
“My motto these days is ‘Shake some shit up. I’ve had my ups and downs, like anybody in this business. I wanted to feel like a true artist again, where I can write and record songs without worrying about any of the bullshit. This is just something else I’m doing for fun, man. And musical Freedom. Fun has to come into it or I’m not going to do it. I’ve had a tremendous career and now I feel like I’m twenty five years old again. This has given me that freedom I needed. I’ve got so much more in me, I’m just getting my feet wet.”