Southern metallers AUTOMAG from Raleigh, North Carolina are the first signing for the new San Antonio, TX-based label Rockadrome Records. Plans include a re-release of "Hellbound", the band's 2004 self-released concept album, as well as a brand new CD before the end of the year. Pre-production has already begun on the new project, tentatively titled "Johnston County".Rockadrome Records was formed by Dennis Bergeron, former label manager of the now-defunct cult reissue label Monster Records. In addition releasing albums from up-and-coming artists, Rockadrome is functioning as a new online music store for rock, metal, psych and prog. More information is available at www.rockadrome.com.
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