MORE THAN A THOUSAND Signs With EONE/GOOD FIGHT MUSIC
Portugal's MORE THAN A THOUSAND has inked a deal with New York's eOne Music via a partnership with Good Fight Music. The band's latest album, "Vol. 5 Lost At Home", will be released in North America on February 18.
The band will spend the spring on the road in Europe with CHELSEA GRIN, THE BROWNING and SILENT SCREAMS.
MORE THAN A THOUSAND guitarist Filipe Oliveira states: "We feel so grateful for signing with Good Fight Music/eOne! It's amazing to be a part of their family of bands and to finally bring our music to the U.S. We've been working toward this for a long time!"
Carl Severson of Good Fight adds: "This is a band that is just incredibly passionate about their music and it jumps out of every second of this record.
'"This is my favorite kind of find in music, a record you put on and are just taken aback by. It reminds me of how excited I was the first time I heard EVERY TIME I DIE or KILLSWITCH ENGAGE."
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