Miami, Florida's NEUROTIC NOVEMBER has inked a deal with Victory Records. The band's debut album will be released in the fall.

Formed in January 2009, NEUROTIC NOVEMBER is "a six-piece band with breaks that will move you, melodies that will swell in your head for hours, and whose members are as diverse as its sound," according to the group's official bio. "Dirty Dick leads the way with his one-of-a-kind voice, shouting his down-to-earth lyrics alongside the heavy chugs, southern-metal-style riffs, and solos with triple harmonies of guitarists The Over Achiever, Handsome Hajii and Sushi.

"NEUROTIC NOVEMBER boasts a style that differs from most metal bands, drummer Cholo adding his own pace and powerful beats while bassist Bear amazing shredding ability and with her unique style of playing and performing."

The band began its journey in the world of recording by traveling a difficult twenty-hour drive, packed into Dirty Dick's Ford Ranger, the band truly learning the meaning behind "bonding." While in Ohio, NEUROTIC NOVEMBER completed the recording of its first two songs as a band, "I'm From The Sunshine State I Gotta Shine" and "It Always Rains In Gotham City". After returning from Ohio, they received over 3000 plays within the first few hours of having the songs up. Seeing how excited kids were about their music, the band began dedicating their time to constant practice and writing new material.


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