North Carolina's CODESEVEN have officially joined the Equal Vision Records roster.

Originally formed back in 1995 by three brothers (James, Jon, and Matt Tuttle), CODESEVEN have seen a tremendous evolution throughout their history. Most recently the band released "The Rescue" (The Music Cartel) in May of 2002, which saw a slight departure from the bands previously aggressive nature and more of a focus on experimentation, originality, and definition.

CODESEVEN will enter Applehead Studios in Woodstock, NY this June to record their full-length Equal Vision debut with producer Michael Birnbaum (COHEED AND CAMBRIA). A fall release is expected.


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