THE WAR Signs With EULOGY RECORDINGS
Eulogy Recordings has announced the signing of Australia's straight-edge hardcore band THE WAR. The group's latest album, "Confront", will be re-released later in the year.
Commented vocalist Mitch: "We are stoked to be signed to Eulogy Recordings.
"A lot of the bands signed to Eulogy are bands we have grown up listening to which makes us even more excited to be on the label.
"We are honored to be on Eulogy and are looking forward to working with them."
Eulogy owner John Wylie added: "We are very excited in our newest signing THE WAR from Australia. They have all the elements we look for in a band, including their strong work ethic, positive attitude and great music.
"We are honored to have them represent us on the 'Mission Quest To Metal Fest' tour so make sure to check them out."
"Confront" was originally released in America through Seventh Dagger and was supported by dates with XTYRANTX, CASEY JONES, SUICIDE PACT and CONQUEROR. THE WAR also played the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival with LAMB OF GOD, EMMURE, GOD FORBID, TERROR and much more.
THE WAR is:
Simon - Guitar
Mitch - Vocals
Trent - Bass
Sam - Drums
Chris - Guitar
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/xthewarisonx.
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