Napalm Records has announced the signing of Norway's AUDREY HORNE. The band's new album, "Youngblood", will be released in 2013.
Commented the group in a statement: "AUDREY HORNE are really proud to announce that we are now part of the Napalm family and their growing roster, featuring bands like MONSTER MAGNET, THE ANSWER and THE SWORD. It is safe to say that we are in good company here!
"We are thrilled to be releasing our new album, 'Youngblood', in 2013 together with this dedicated team, and to do the next big step in our career together with them. We hope that you will love our new songs as much as we and the people at Napalm Records do already."
AUDREY HORNE's third, self-titled album was released on March 1, 2010 through Indie Recordings.
AUDREY HORNE was formed in 2002, taking its name from Sherilyn Fenn's character in the cult TV series "Twin Peaks". Although some of the band's members play or have previously played in black metal bands like ENSLAVED and GORGOROTH, AUDREY HORNE's music is far removed from the black metal genre, and can be described as heavy and melodic hard rock, similar to bands like FAITH NO MORE, ALICE IN CHAINS and A PERFECT CIRCLE.
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