HEADSTRONG Dropped By RCA RECORDS
Canada's HEADSTRONG have reportedly been dropped by RCA Records a mere six months following the release of their self-titled debut through the label.
Although no official announcement has yet been made, indications of trouble in the HEADSTRONG camp were apparent at the end of July when the band prematurely dropped off a US tour with TOMMY LEE due to what was reportedly a decision by RCA to pull the group's tour support. At the time, drummer Brian Matthews explained the move by saying that "there are too many reasons to get into about why we're not finishing the tour, but I assure you it has nothing to do our health, our relationship with Tommy & his crew nor our relationship with each other. All 3 of those things couldn't be better."
HEADSTRONG are believed to be in the process of writing and demoing new material, some of which may get previewed during the band's upcoming live appearances this fall.
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