GOLDUST Signs With LET IT BURN RECORDS

Münster, Germany-based hardcore band GOLDUST has inked a deal with Let It Burn Records. The group's new album, "Destroyer | Borderlines", will be released on April 2, 2010. According to a press release, "what has been introduced on their 'Noir' 7" and the 'Axis' CD/LP will now be continued: a furious destructive blend of hardcore and metal on their own terms. Twelve new songs, marked by the energy and creativity of a new line-up, will merge these spheres once more."

Commented the band: "After long-standing support from numerous underground record labels, GOLDUST are now happy to announce that we got the chance to release our new full-length, 'Destroyer | Borderlines', through one of Germany's longest running hardcore labels, Let It Burn Records. We couldn't be more pleased about how everything has developed for us as a band and we're excited about the possibility to cooperate with a well-placed label like Let It Burn."

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/goldusthc.

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