Century Media Records has announced the signing of the Los Angeles rock band ANGELS FALL. The brainchild of singer/guitarist/ songwriter Joel Jorgensen, the group can currently be heard via the track "Drunk Enough", which is being championed by SiriusXM Octane and radio stations nationwide.
On Wednesday, May 8, ANGELS FALL will embark on the JVC Mobile Entertainment Plugged In Tour: Road To Sturgis, which they will be headlining with Century Media labelmates GIRL ON FIRE and special guests LOST IN LOS ANGELES. The trek will also include a Harley Davidson stunt show and a runway fashion show by Romantic Rock.
"We are very excited to be part of the Century Media family," says Jorgensen. "It is a great honor to see ANGELS FALL join such an already dominating active rock roster! We have been offered a great opportunity for success with this relationship and the support of our new family and label partner Century Media."
ANGELS FALL recently acquired the guitar skills of ATREYU shredder Dan Jacobs and will be releasing a five-song digital EP this spring, and selling physical copies on the road and online. The band will enter the studio later this year and release their full-length debut in early 2014.
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