Relapse Records has announced the signing of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's HERO DESTROYED. The group's full-length album, which was previously self-released, will be reissued on Relapse this spring as the band begins to write material for its next album.

Commented HERO DESTROYED guitarist Zach Moore: "We are all big fans of Relapse, and are excited to become a part of the family. We really feel like this is where we belong."

The band has been active in the local Pittsburgh metal scene since its formation.

HERO DESTROYED has a handful of shows lined up currently with more touring expected around the release of the record.


Zach Moore - Guitar
Dustin Newman - Bass
Jeff Turko - Guitar
Pat McNicholas - Vocals
Neal Andrus (COMMIT SUICIDE) – Drums

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/herodestroyed.


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