SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM Sign With THE END RECORDS

The End Records has announced the signing of San Francisco act SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM.

The band – who have already released two studio albums (2001's "Grand Opening and Closing" and 2004's "Of Natural History"), one live album (2003's "Live") and a DVD in 2005 — are currently working on new material and plan to release a new album on the label in the near future.

About the signing, The End Records owner Andreas Katsambas said in a statement: "SLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM have my utmost respect and admiration. Visionary and exceptional on every level — musically, lyrically and visually — they are a groundbreaking band and fit perfectly with our unique and eclectic roster. They will no doubt shake things up in today's music scene. We're excited to be part of their extraordinary journey!"

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