NONPOINT Signs With SPINEFARM RECORDS

NONPOINT Signs With SPINEFARM RECORDS

Spinefarm Records has announced the addition of active rock radio mainstays NONPOINT to the label's worldwide roster. The band will enter the studio in early 2016 to work on its label debut and ninth full-length album.

From their 2000 debut, "Statement", through 2014’s "The Return", NONPOINT have stayed the course, continuously crafting smart rock anthems with the kind of hooks that take up residence in your brain for days. The band is a staple performer at all the core U.S. festivals, such as Rock On The Range, Carolina Rebellion, and Rocklahoma, and has enjoyed several Top 20 rock radio singles. NONPOINT's 2014 single, "Breaking Skin", was the most played track of the year on SiriusXM’s Octane channel.

Of the signing, NONPOINT frontman Elias Soriano said: "In the 15 years of being part of this big machine, filled with radio stations, labels and all-around crazies, it feels nice to sit down and talk about the future of your lifelong dream with a team that shares the passion and excitement that we do performing the music. Spinefarm is home now. Hallelujah."

Spinefarm general manager Jonas Nachsin stated: "As our roster continues to build, we are very excited to have such a quality act join forces with us. NONPOINT's new music sounds amazing and along with their great team, including Steve Davis, we are very excited to bring it to the world in the very near future."

NONPOINT will be on tour with FOZZY across Europe before entering the studio.

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