FLAW Signs With PAVEMENT ENTERTAINMENT

Louisville, Kentucky's rock/metal act FLAW has inked a worldwide deal with Pavement Entertainment. The band is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on its as-yet-untitled new album for an April 2016 release. The new effort will mark the band's first release since 2004's "Endangered Species".

FLAW vocalist Chris Volz said: "[I am] completely stoked about joining the Pavement roster! The label is run by people who understand the rock world and what it takes to succeed. It's a perfect situation for us and I can't wait to see what the future has in store!"

Formed in 1996 by guitarist Jason Daunt and vocalist Chris Volz, FLAW released two major label albums, "Through the Eyes" (2001) and "Endangered Species" (2004) on Universal/Republic. Breakups, line-up changes, and internal strife plagued the band for the rest of the decade. The band fully reunited in 2013, and as of 2015 they are back together with three of their core members and stronger than ever before. The band welcomes 2016 with a fresh outlook, new label, and new album that their rabid diehard fan base has been eagerly awaiting.

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