GURD Signs With NOISEART RECORDS
Swiss thrashers GURD have inked a booking and record deal with Rock The Nation and NoiseArt Records. The band's new album, "Never Fail", will be released on October 28.
Commented the band: "With our new record, 'Never Fail', we do have a true masterpiece ready for take-off and we are happy that it's in good hands and taken good care of. We're happy to have found a competent and enthusiastic partner for future crimes. Be prepared for a serious thrash attack!"
Added Rock The Nation and NoiseArt CEO Stefan Hattinger: "With GURD we did sign a true thrash metal legend and their new album, 'Never Fail', sounds very fresh and lively and offers only killer tracks, one after another. We're looking forward to be working with them."
The title track of the new GURD album, "Never Fail", is available for streaming on the band's Facebook page.
GURD will take part in the Neckbreaker's Ball tour this fall alongside DARK TRANQUILLITY, ELUVEITIE, VARG and MERCENARY.
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