Danish metal band STOMPED have inked a deal with EMI Records. In addition, the group have signed with one of Denmark's top artist managers, JP Andersen (MICHEAL LEARNS TO ROCK, Skanderborg Festivalen). Lastly, the group have joined forces with The Agency Group, the largest independent booking agency in the world.STOMPED's first video/single, "Cutting Through", will be premiered on Danish national television on Tuesday, January 27. The clip will also be available for viewing around the same time on the band's official web site, www.stomped.dk. STOMPED's new album, "Opening Statement", will be issued in Denmark on April 4. Release dates for other territories have yet to be announced.
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