German rockers MEGAHERZ have inked a deal with the Austrian label Napalm Records.
Following their highly lauded breakthrough album "Kopfschuss" and subsequent critically acclaimed releases, the band is currently working on a new album, to be released this fall on Napalm Records.
Alexander Wohnhaas and Christian Bystron of MEGAHERZ commented on the signing: "This is an important step for us.
"Napalm Records is a partner with a lot of experience and will present great opportunities for us.
"For the next album, we absolutely want to go the extra mile and we already confident in a very good company like Napalm.
"It was important for us to sign with Napalm as they fully identify themselves with the band and we share the same goals. We're looking forward to a successful, long-term cooperation!"
Napalm Records vice president Thomas Caser is very excited about the upcoming cooperation with MEGAHERZ: "We are unbelievable proud to welcome MEGAHERZ at Napalm Records. Napalm Records will be doing everything to get the band to the top, where such a talented and eclectic act simply belongs!"
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