New Jersey-based metalcore band NEGATIVE SKY has signed with RockArmy Records for the worldwide release of its new five-song EP, "Death Of The Sun".

Formed in 2009, NEGATIVE SKY — vocalist Dan Caputo, guitarist J.J. Sammataro, bassist George Pond, and drummer Tom Fitzgibbon — has become a fierce presence in New Jersey's thriving heavy music scene, earning Top Heavy Rock Act nominations at the Asbury Park Music Awards in 2012 and 2013, and being named listener favorites on the nation's top-ranked hard rock/metal broadcast radio station, WSOU 89.5 FM "Pirate Radio."

RockArmy Records — an Austin, Texas-based independent label owned and operated by PODUNK bassist Paul Soroski — features Doug Pinnick (KING'S X), Joseph King (DEADBEAT DARLING), and other artists on its roster, and has a worldwide distribution deal through MVD Entertainment Group.

NEGATIVE SKY is represented by Zenergy Entertainment (Corey Glover, Doug Pinnick). They have supported a who's-who of notable metal and hardcore bands over the past few years, including BIOHAZARD, LIFE OF AGONY, VISION OF DISORDER, CRO-MAGS and MADBALL.


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