EDGUY Singer Comments On Decision To Switch Record Labels
EDGUY singer Tobias Sammet has commented on the band's decision to sign with Nuclear Blast Records following a lengthy stint on the AFM label.
"For seven years we have been on AFM Records and we are very thankful for all the support they gave us over the years," he said in a statement "But at a certain point you reach a state where you ask yourself where you can go and what would be best for the band. Nuclear Blast being the home of MANOWAR, HELLOWEEN and HAMMERFALL, to name just a few, have proven that they are able to do an outstanding promotional job. They have got a lot of experience, and we are very optimistic that they will be good enough to do the right job to promote the best heavy metal band in the universe! We are looking forward to writing a new chapter in EDGUY history together with our new partners!"
EDGUY's upcoming studio album, "Hellfire Club", will be released on Nuclear Blast in March 2004 with an as-yet-untitled EP to precede that release. More details will be posted as they become available.
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