Modesto, California's BETTER LEFT UNSAID has inked a deal with the newly formed Static Age Records. The band's new album, "Only The Dead To Witness", will be released digitally and in stores everywhere June 8.
"Static Age's dedication, belief, and commitment to BETTER LEFT UNSAID and the music we create made it a very easy decision to make," drummer Brent Terry explained in a statement. "From the very beginning, Jon King and Shane Stiles focused on building a relationship with the band, and this was very important to all of us. That type of commitment is rare these days and was definitely a pleasant surprise."
He added, "We wanted an album that best represented who and what we are as musicians, our influences, and most importantly the type of music we create together. None of us settled, each of us sacrificed, and in the end we have an album we are all very proud of."
A song from the upcoming CD, "Reaper of Malice", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
BETTER LEFT UNSAID's "The Fight Within" album was released in 2008 via Stillborn Records.
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