BRAZEN MUSIC To Launch US Operations With GRIM FORCE Debut

Brazen Music, a brand new Los Angeles-based metal label, has inked a deal with Japanese death/thrash combo GRIM FORCE and will be issuing the group's debut CD, entitled Circulation to Conclusion, on October 1st. Brazen Music president/owner Tommy Kealty says: "We want to release the finest quality metal artists from all over the world. With a very professional and enthusiastic approach of marketing, promotion, and distribution, we will bring the most exciting metal music to the U.S. and Canada. Brazen looks to put out at least 8 to 10 CDs annually. By releasing our first act GRIM FORCE, we are focusing on a genre (thrash) that has been vital to the growth of most of today's black, death, progressive, and nu metal sounds. We look forward to releasing all forms of the finest quality of metal the world has to offer."

For information, visit the label's official web site at this location, or write to: [email protected]


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