Columbus, Ohio metallers LEGION have inked a worldwide deal with eOne/Good Fight Music. The band's new album will be released in the spring.
Commented LEGION guitarist Alex Heiberger: "Over the last year and a half or so, we have been hard at work writing and looking for the perfect label to help us release our new material. When we were told that eOne/Good Fight was interested in us, we could not have been more stoked. There are so many bands on the label that have influenced us since the beginning and it is an honor to now be a part of a great label."
LEGION is currently gearing up for the End Of The World Tour as the support act for JOB FOR A COWBOY.
Gaining exposure through their own DIY touring and performances at the New England Metal And Hardcore Festival, LEGION has come a long way in a short amount of time. The video for "Perverse Icon" has offered YouTube users a glimpse at just what LEGION is capable of achieving on stage. Tracks like "Disclosure Of Sin" and "Righteous Dictation" are emblematic of LEGION's skillful precision when it comes to balancing aggressive metallic destruction with trippy groove.
Michael Guilford (vocals) Chris Dragics (guitar) Alex Heiberger (guitar) Mason Prince (bass) Jake Rodriguez (drums)
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