Perris Records has announced the signing of the Texas hard rock band SEVENTH RIZE. The group's new album, "Full Moon", will be released on July 14. The CD was produced by Bobby Rock, with the recording/mixing/mastering process spread between Texas and Los Angeles.

SEVENTH RIZE worked with an outside writer, Bruce Turgon from FOREIGNER, during the "Full Moon" sessions. Once the album was complete, SEVENTH RIZE began searching for the "right" label to promote it.

SEVENTH RIZE co-founder/drummer states "I speak for myself and the entire SEVENTH RIZE organization when I say that we very excited to join the Perris family! Perris Records has a rich history of signing and promoting some amazing groups...and SEVENTH RIZE is honored to join the ranks. Tom Mathers is a stand-up guy with a serious work ethic. I can honestly say that Perris is the perfect match for SEVENTH RIZE and the only label I trust to handle our newest recording, 'Full Moon'. SEVENTH RIZE looks forward to a long, productive relationship with Tom and Perris Records!"

SEVENTH RIZE was formed in the fall of 1991 and hails from the rural oil fields of west Texas. Averaging over 200 shows per year, SEVENTH RIZE headlined in clubs and festivals, opened numerous major concerts and was a featured artist on several regional radio stations and publications.

SEVENTH RIZE will hit the road for a limited number of exclusive dates with friend Mark Slaughter of SLAUGHTER. The Brothers In Arms Tour will only hit a small number of selected markets and promises to burn the roof down.

The first four shows of the tour have been officially announced:

July 15 - The Music Vault - Harker Heights, TX
July 16 - River Stage Complex - San Angelo, TX
July 17 - Tequila Jungle - Lubbock, TX
July 18 - Dos Amigos - Odessa, TX


Stacy "Big Daddy" Humphries - Vocals
Darin Andersen - Guitars
Jerry Stone - Guitars
David Hamilton - Bass
Sulli - Drums/Percussion

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