Greek label Sleaszy Rider Records has signed the German power metal act SOLAR FRAGMENT.

Commented band leader/guitar player Manuel Wiegmann: "We are really happy to work with Sleaszy Rider Records! Even the first negotiations have been a pleasure. The team at Sleaszy Rider is very enthusiastic about us, and we are looking forward to a successful future with the label and our debut album."

Sleaszy Rider's European label manager Kyra Bartkiewitz stated: "It's a great feeling to support such a young and talented band like SOLAR FRAGMENT. The band offers a fresh and modern mixture of classic and new power metal elements with a very personal style. The band knows how to convince by their music and will for sure be a name to mention in future."

SOLAR FRAGMENT's debut album is scheduled for release in the fall.

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