GAIA EPICUS Slam Former Record Label, Send Warning To Other Bands

Norwegian power metallers GAIA EPICUS have gone public with their feud with their former record label, Portugal's Sound Riot Records, over the company's alleged unprofessional and dishonest treatment of their acts. A special section on the GAIA EPICUS web site features first-hand accounts from other band that are/were signed to the company regarding their dealings with Sound Riot and their experiences working with the company. Check it out at this location.

GAIA EPICUS have set "Victory" as the title of their third album, "Victory", tentatively due later in the year. The band's final release for Sound Riot was "Symphony of Glory", which was recorded and mixed over a five-week period at Top Room Studios (TRISTANIA, VINTERSORG, BORKNAGAR) with producer Børge Finstad. The CD was mastered at Bazement Studios.

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