New Jersey-based melodic hard rockers AFTERMATH have formally announced their split with U.K. label Escape Music.

"Following the completion of recording for the second album 'Undone', Escape had decided that the newer material was not something they felt fit into their future," states drummer Marc Chandler. "We fully enjoyed our association with Escape and are grateful for all their assistance in getting AFTERMATH onto the musical map. We have now begun fielding offers from not only other European labels but from some U.S. based labels as well and we are extremely confident that this album will have a release date set before the end of 2005."

Interested parties can sample AFTERMATH's new material via their newly revamped web site,, or contact the band through their management company, SickDay Entertainment ([email protected]).


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