CRASH MUSIC Announces New Signings

Crash Music has announced the signing of multi-album deals with RIKETS, ASHES OF YOUR ENEMY and BLESS THE FALLEN.

RIKETS' latest album, "Anything for the Devil", was released via Corporate Punishment Records. The CD was produced by Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, SWITCHED) and mixed by Logan Mader (MACHINE HEAD, SOULFLY, MEDICATION).

New Jersey's ASHES OF YOUR ENEMY plans to enter the studio in March 2007 with producer Max Illidge (40 BELOW SUMMER, BLACK MARKET HERO) to begin recording its full-length debut. The group's four-song EP Was recorded last year.

Poughkeepsie, New York's BLESS THE FALLEN is a six-member metal entourage which will release a 10-song CD, entitled "The Eclectic Sounds of a City Painted Black and White", in 2007.

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