GODHEAD have signed an exclusive, worldwide deal with Reality Entertainment.

The band — who were previously signed to MARILYN MANSON's Posthuman Records — are presently in the studio with producers Warren Croyle (who also heads up Reality) and partner Joe Floyd recording their sophomore CD for an early 2003 release.

"We wanted to go with a company that would make us a number one priority and would really work the record, and we knew that Reality would do that," frontman Jason Miller explained. "I don't want to be in a situation where a label is just throwing our record up against a wall to see if it will stick."

Croyle was equally enthusiastic about the pairing. "I've wanted to sign this band for along time, because I believe they are one of the best young bands around today. From the label standpoint, this is an important move because they are already a proven success and we can build on that. We are all very pleased that they decided to come with us."

Reality Entertainment is based in Europe and Northern California. Reality product is distributed by Sony in Europe and Shelter/Caroline in the U.S.


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