Trustkill Records has announced the signing of DECEPTION OF A GHOST from North Carolina. The band's new album, "Speak up, You're Not Alone", was recorded with Jamie King (BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, FOR TODAY, HE IS LEGEND) and is scheduled for release this summer.

Commented guitarist/vocalist Buddy: "To sign with Trustkill Records and saying it's a dream come true is an understatement for me. They have the bands that made me me wanna play music that we all looked up to and were influenced by. Now to say we are a part of that is nothing more than unreal. To me it's more than a dream, it's a sense of accomplishment. We have all caught ourselves in the van going to shows and saying, 'Can you believe we just signed to Trustkill?' Yeah, this is a dream but I'm finally awake this time!"

Added vocalist Blake: "I've written songs about following your dreams. I've been to countless shows and said, 'Wow, I want to do that.' and I've always said I will do what makes me feel alive. Music makes me feel what no one seems to feel anymore and I never thought something of this magnitude would come our way. Trustkill Records has sparked a flame that will burn forever in my heart for this industry. I may be young, but I can firmly say that I hold a dream and will never let go."

Stated drummer Bryan: "We are all super-stoked to be apart of the Trustkill family. We wanted to find a label that really believed in our music and wanted to push the record hard and Trustkill is just as excited to as we are to get the ball rolling."

According to a press release, DECEPTION OF A GHOST "seems to have set the standard of how to make it in today's music biz by booking their own headlining tours all over the U.S."

A collaboration of clean vocal melodies and thick screams blended with an onslaught of breakdowns and their triple harmony guitar attack is what shapes and molds DECEPTION OF A GHOST's unique sound.

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