Korea's DOPE ENTERTAINMENT Ink Exclusive Label Deal With CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS

Starting on January 1, 2004, Dope Entertainment will coordinate the release and promotion of Century Media titles (including back catalogue) in Korea.

Dope Entertainment President Kevin Kim commented, "We are extremely proud to be working with Century Media, a label that has many loyal Korean fans. We intend to continue to deliver quality music to the rock fans of Korea, and we also know that anticipation amongst them is high, as they now have much easier access to Century Media titles."

Dope Entertainment, the official Korean licensor for Century Media, has previously released albums from artists such as SHADOWS FALL, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, NEVERMORE, LACUNA COIL, VITAL REMAINS, HASTE and KRISIUN.

(Thanks: Rocknew.com)

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