Brant Bjork of KYUSS and FU MANCHU fame has inked a deal with Austria's Napalm Records. He is currently working on a "new overdose of riffs and grooves" for a 2011 release.
Commented Bjork: "I am pleased to announce that I have joined the good people at Napalm Records for assistance in my contribution to the world of rock and roll.
"Thank you to all who have been with me through out my years of independence. Your direct and indirect support has lead me to this new opportunity.
"Thanks to Napalm for having the courage and insight to work with an artist such as myself... And most of all, thanks to all those who have attended my shows and purchased my recordings. You all are the cornerstone of my musical journey."
Bjork's last album, "Gods And Goddesses", was released in the spring of 2010 via Low Desert Punk.
Brant Bjork and his band have toured for much of the past years all over Europe, The States, Canada, and Australia. Their live shows are fast becoming recognized as the best live rock and roll going and as one critic put it, "The closest thing we’ll get to seeing the HENDRIX EXPERIENCE."
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