Florida's CATALEPSY Signs With JAMEY JASTA's STILLBORN RECORDS
Stillborn Records, the label headed up by HATEBREED frontman Jamey Jasta, has announced the signing of up-and-coming Florida-based six-piece CATALEPSY. The band has just completed its full-length debut, "Iniquity", at Tampa's Mana Studios with producer Brian Elliott for a February 12, 2008 release.
Commented Jasta: "It's great adding yet another young and hungry band to our new and improved roster. CATALEPSY crushes and I'm glad to have them on board. Plus they are from Florida — that state fucking rules and has produced so many great extreme bands!"
CATALEPSY is currently on tour with THE CLASSIC STRUGGLE. To mark both the tour and signing, Stillborn has released a five-song EP called "Godless" that is limited to 1,000 copies. It features two tracks from the upcoming full-length and three demo tracks. The EP is available exclusively on the road with the band, on the label's official web store, www.merchnow.com/stillborn, and at the Stillborn merch booth at December's Stillborn Fest dates.
For more information on CATALEPSY, visit the band's MySpace page.
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