SWITCHBLADE KILLERS Signs With EULOGY RECORDINGS

Eulogy Recordings has announced the signing of SWITCHBLADE KILLERS. Vocalist/guitarist Zach Neil commented, "We're really interested in being the only rock and roll band on Eulogy. Part of the reason we went with Eulogy was because we're not a hardcore band at all. We think the contrast makes for an interesting experience. However, being the kind of band we are doesn't really mix with anything being promoted or supported by dumb scenesters and neon kids anyway so we really don't care. We are just happy and lucky to be able to make a non trendy record that we love and have a label support us and put it out."

Eulogy owner John Wylie added, "Eulogy is very lucky to be working with SWITCHBLADE KILLERS. Their upcoming appearance on this summer's Warped Tour will introduce everyone to an amazing rock band. We are confident that Eulogy fans worldwide will appreciate the energy and intensity this band brings."

SWITCHBLADE KILLERS will take part in this year's Warped Tour from July 7 to August 1.

From the first moment Henry McCarty, better known as "Billy the Kid," picked up a six-gun; he was a killer. Likewise, from the first moments Zach Neil, Josh Bodwell, Tim O'Grady, and Mike Lucchetti picked up their six-strings, skins and bass, they were SWITCHBLADE KILLERS. Like the old west outlaws, SBK are kicking ass and taking names. Their brand of aggressive, loud and in-your-face rock 'n' roll will make SBK an immediate favorite of true rock lovers, transcending preconceived boundaries. Think of classic bands like BLACK SABBATH, BUCKCHERRY, GUNS N' ROSES and mix in a small dose of ZEPPELIN and SKYNYRD. Now stir in a load of attitude, some modern flair, and, of course, a whole cab of kick-ass songs; now you got the SWITCHBLADE KILLERS recipe for rock 'n' roll.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/switchbladekillers.

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