PITCHSHIFTER will shortly launch PSIRecords.com, the official web site of the brand new label started by the Clayden brothers J.S. and Mark (vocals and bass, respectively). The site will feature information about the new PITCHSHIFTER live album "Bootlegged, Distorted, Remixed & Uploaded" as well as ordering info and merchandise. Commented Mark: "It's awesome that PSI Records finally is making it off the ground. It's always been a dream of mine to start a record company. Sure it's a little sad that PITCHSHIFTER are calling it a day, but this live album is a great send off for the band that has been our life for so many years, and a great introduction for the new label." J.S. added: "What can I say man? To be able to start a record company to put out your own disc is awesome. This new record is a killer live performance from a storming PITCHSHIFTER London gig and although I can't spill the beans just yet, there's a really juicy killer twist to record that's a thank you from us to the fans. Plans are already afoot to release our own DVD on the label and we are actively seeking new bands to sign up. Send in your demos!"
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