Indianapolis, Indiana's THE CONTORTIONIST has inked a deal with Good Fight Music. The band will enter the studio this spring with producer Ken Susi (UNEARTH guitarist) to begin recording its full-length debut for a late mid-to-late-summer release.
When asked what drew him to the band, Susi said, "THE CONTORTIONIST is not your typical/run of the mill band. Lots of bands in this day and age are copycats or just plain old rip-offs of other bands. This is truly an original band, from the overall look, sound and structure of the songs."
THE CONTORTIONIST has worked hard to earn a loyal hometown following through consistent regional shows, coastal touring and two self-released EPs. Their ability to dole out their sounds to epic proportions in a live setting piqued the interest of the record label Good Fight Music, so in early 2010, shortly after the staff had caught them live, a deal had become imminent.
Commented guitarist Robby Baca: "We are very excited about joining the Good Fight family. We are confident that their experience in the record industry is exactly what we need to make what we love doing our career. We look forward to fighting the GOOD FIGHT with these fine folks."
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/thecontortionistband.
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