myContactCard, the leading innovator in email networking communication, has announced its partnership with Nuclear Blast.
BuzzMail and Nuclear Blast will work together to promote and brand DIMMU BORGIR, ENSLAVED, SONIC SYNDICATE, and PSYSROPTIC.
"We can't think of a more natural partnership than this one with Nuclear Blast," said Bill Noonan, CEO, myContactCard. "Giving fans access to cards for their favorite artists expands the market reach for both of us. myContactCard and Nuclear Blast will deliver an amazing experience to millions of fans on a personal level."
Since its inception in 1987, Nuclear Blast has signed and developed some of the most renowned, respected and influential artists in the world of extreme music. With staple artists such as DIMMU BORGIR, MESHUGGAH, IN FLAMES, SOILWORK and HYPOCRISY and by releasing albums from bands spanning every extreme music genre and sub-genre imaginable, Nuclear Blast's identity and impact on the marketplace is growing exponentially in the U.S.
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