THE COMPANY BAND's 'Sign Here' To Be Released On 10-Inch Vinyl

Restricted Release will release a special 10-inch vinyl pressing of THE COMPANY BAND's mini-album "Sign Here, Here, And Here". Due on September 15, the pressing features format-exclusive artwork and is limited to 1000 hand-numbered units worldwide.

Recorded in Los Angeles with producer Andrew Alekel (QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, BAD RELIGION), "Sign Here, Here, and Here" was originally released as a digital-only recording early in 2008 (followed later by its physical digipak partner). It brings together five highly-regarded musicians with nothing but the love of jamming on their minds. Two live performances to date have highlighted their still short sonic union (early fans of the band surely hoping to see more; member schedules permitting).

Founded by Jess Margera (CKY) with James Rota (FIREBALL MINISTRY) and Dave Bone in 2006, THE COMPANY BAND originally got together and recorded some instrumental tracks. Jason Diamond was approached to contribute bass tracks while friend Neil Fallon (CLUTCH) agreed to appear as a guest on one of the songs but quickly changed status to that of a full-fledged member. Brad Davis (FU MANCHU) replaced Diamond earlier this year when the band laid down tracks for their full-length debut which is planned for release later this fall.

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