SOLDIERS Sign With TRUSTKILL RECORDS
Trustkill Records has announced the signing of the Long Island hardcore band SOLDIERS.
Formed in 2006, SOLDIERS — which features in its ranks members of the Trustkill band THIS IS HELL — released an EP with Five Point Records last year. The group originally signed with Eulogy Recordings, but that deal has since dissolved.
Commented singer Rick Jimenez: "We're really psyched to be part of the [Trustkill] roster and involved with people we trust and like... which is a hard feat when record labels are concerned." Trustkill owner Josh Grabelle added: "I've known Rick and Dan for a while now and when I heard the new songs I was blown away. It really took me back to the feelings I had when I first got into hardcore and started going to shows. This shit is real."
SOLDIERS' debut album, "End of Days", is scheduled for release on October 2.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/soldiersny.
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