Mortal Music Inc., founded by SOIL bassist Tim King and TWELFTH GATE's Rob Such, has recently formed a joint venture with The Platform Group. As a result of this partnership, distribution will be handled through Fontana/Universal.

Mortal Music's first signing, LOCK 13, are currently in the studio recording their debut album, which is slated for a 2006 release. While preparing for the LOCK 13 debut, Mortal Music's first official release will be the long-awaited new album from INDEX CASE, which will hit stores later this summer. INDEX CASE will also be on tour with OTEP and GIZMACHI starting in mid-June, and continuing through most of July.

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