German stoner rockers DUSTER 69 have signed a deal with Greece's Sleaszy Rider Recods for all territories except Germany, Switzerland and Austria (where their records will be made available via Decibell). The group's new full-length album, "Angel King", will be released on February 23.

In related news, Sleaszy Rider has ended its worldwide distribution arrangement with EMI. EMI Greece will still be the label's distributor for Greece and Cyprus, but the company will soon announce its new distribution partners around the world. Sleaszy Rider has also announced that Kyra Bartkiewitz (Skydra Management, ex-Century Media), taken over the European Sleaszy Rider business effective December 2006. Bartkiewitz will take care of the promotion and distribution for most European countries, as her base is in Germany.


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