BRAND NEW MACHINE Signs With EPOCHAL ARTIST RECORDS
Dallas, Texas-based hard rock outfit BRAND NEW MACHINE has inked a deal with Epochal Artist Records for the release of its debut album, tentatively due in March 2013.
The band will hit the road in December as direct support to GUNS N' ROSES on a string of tour dates across Indonesia.
"It is a dream come true for us, especially getting a chance to play with an iconic band like GUNS N' ROSES," says BRAND NEW MACHINE vocalist Brantly Thompson. "BRAND NEW MACHINE and GUNS N' ROSES is a match made in heaven for us. We can't wait to experience these countries and give them a shot of our culture right in the arm. BRAND NEW MACHINE is ready to bring a sleazy rock show to Asia. This is going to be one giant party and we can't wait."
BRAND NEW MACHINE is riding high off the success of the band's current single, "Girls Like You", which began to heat up local radio request lines around Dallas earlier this year. The group's brand of hard rock takes the members' hard-living lifestyle and mixes it with arena-ready rock anthems to create a soundtrack for debauchery.
BRAND NEW MACHINE's explosive live show had label's eager to sign the band and has earned them countless opening slots for national acts.
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