BURNHILL UNION RECORDS Inks Deal With E1 Distribution
Burnhill Union Records, the Chicago, Illinois-based label started earlier this year by partners Kym Affinito, Randy Kertz and Shaun Glass (ex-SOIL/current DIRGE WITHIN guitarist), has inked a deal with E1 Distribution.
The combination of marketing experience, pure love for music and understanding of the process of making, releasing and promoting records from the inside out is what makes Burnhill Union an effective artist-friendly label. "The thing with the music business changing as it has is that there are no rules anymore," says Kertz. "Someone who has vision and who has experience can combine forces with other people to get the music they like heard. That's what we're doing."
"E1 is happy to welcome Burnhill Union Records to the family and are thrilled that this young up-and-coming label has chosen us to be their partners," states Michael Rosenberg, President of E1 Entertainment Distribution U.S.
Burnhill Union Records' premiere release, a self-titled effort by AM CONSPIRACY, the new band led by former DROWNING POOL singer Jason "Gong" Jones, will arrive on January 12, 2010.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/burnhillunion.
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