IN DYING ARMS is the latest addition to join the Artery Recordings roster, the joint venture between The Artery Foundation and Razor & Tie.
The Baltimore, Maryland-based melodic metal band will hit the road this summer with labelmates ATTILA as well as CROWN THE EMPIRE and FOR ALL I AM.
"We are very excited to be signing to Artery! We know they know exactly what to do to push to the next level," said IN DYING ARMS vocalist Orion Stephen. "We've been fond of Artery for years now, and this is quote the honor and privilege to us."
"IN DYING ARMS instantly hit me hard from the numerous songs and videos being shared by their fans across the Internet," said Artery Recordings label manager Mike Milford. "I heard one song, was hooked and needed more. They are a young band with a very strong cult style following already. I'm very, very excited to see what we can do together."
IN DYING ARMS has already toured extensively, including stints with DR. ACULA and VOLUMES.
IN DYING ARMS is Orion Stephens (vocals), Justin Enriquez (guitar), John "Walter" Myers (guitar), Terence Bright (bass) and Alvin Richardson (drums). The band is managed by Mike Milford of The Artery Foundation.
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