WIDOW Sign With CRUZ DEL SUR MUSIC
Raleigh, North Carolina-based melodic metallers WIDOW have signed a deal with Cruz Del Sur Music for the worldwide release of their new album, "On Fire". The follow-up to "Midnight Strikes" (Tribunal Records) is tentatively scheduled for release in June.
Commented guitarist Cristof: "We are very pleased to work with Cruz Del Sur. They are known for releasing quality metal, and they believe in what we do. We will see you in the fire!"
"On Fire" track listing:
01. An American Werewolf in Raleigh
02. The Preacher's Daughter
03. Here to Stay
04. Re-Animate Her
06. Not Alone
07. Dead End
09. Family Affair
10. I'll Bury You Alive (mp3)
"On Fire" will be released in Japan on March 16 on Spiritual Beast Records.
WIDOW are scheduled to perform at the Northern Lights III festival in Toronto on July 2 with IMPALED NAZARENE, HAMMERS OF MISFORTUNE, USURPER, and many more acts. For more information, visit www.unrestrainedmag.com.
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