9MM SOLUTION, the Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based band featuring ex-MORTA SKULD members Dave Gregor, Jason Hellman, Ed Wallner, along with singer Hobbes Caltous, have inked a worldwide licensing, manufacturing, retail distribution and commercial radio promo deal with Los Angeles/Hollywood-based Statue Records. Statue Records will be releasing 9MM SOLUTION's most recent CD, "The Trial", and providing retail store placement, commercial radio promotion and digital media downloads of the group's songs from their web site.
Commented Caltous: "[expletive]-A, man! We are freakin' stoked! Hopefully we'll be able to land a full-on record deal out of this, because now people will see how hard we work." Added Gregor: "Some of the band have been doing this so long now, working so hard, maybe this'll turn a few heads."
9MM SOLUTION, who are currently seeking management, have performed alongside such bands as DAMAGEPLAN, ANTHRAX, SOCIETY 1, and DOPE. The group were also featured on Milwaukee's Summerfest after being together for a mere 11 months.
"The Trial" will be released nationally through Statue Records in late August. The band are due back in the studio sometime later this month to start work on a new album.
For more information, visit www.9mmsolution.com.
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