IRONHORSE Signs With RELAPSE RECORDS
Relapse Records has announced the signing of the Boulder, Colorado quartet IRONHORSE. The band's debut album, "Dragged Down A Dead End Path", will be released in early 2013. The CD was recorded at the Boar's Nest in Salt Lake City with producer Andy Patterson.
The album's opening track, "Failure", can be downloaded for free via the "Relapse Records Winter 2012 Sampler" at this location.
Commented IRONHORSE: "We are honored to be a part of a label that not only puts out a lot of great new music, but also put out the music that inspired us to be musicians and play live."
IRONHORSE formed in late 2011 and quickly made a name for themselves in the local scene, playing shows with heavy hitters like GAZA, ELITIST and CATTLE DECAPITATION.
IRONHORSE plans to kick teeths in across the nation and tour heavily throughout 2013 in support of "Dragged Down A Dead End Path".
Gordon Koch - Drums
Alex Pace - Bass
Steve Vanica - Vocals
Patrick Alberts - Guitar
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