Crash Music, Inc. has announced the signing of South Carolina metal act SOULS HARBOR to a four-album deal.

SOULS HARBOR is a five-piece band all hailing from different parts of the U.S. that formed in late 2000 when they all met in the military. With a blend of heavy guitars and hook laden melodies, their in your face, jaw dropping sound and performance is one that can relate to many.

In 2005, the band self-released their EP, entitled "Burning Souls". The EP quickly sparked attention from several major southeastern radio stations including 98X (Charleston, SC) and Rock 106.1 (Savannah, GA). Soon, two songs off the EP were added into regular rotation and the band moved more than 2,500 units within 90 days.

The band has performed with artists such as CROSSFADE, CHEVELLE, FILTER, KILSWITCH ENGAGE, MASTODON and more. SOULS HARBOR will release their first full-length album, entitled "Writings On The Wall", through Crash Music this summer. Check out songs from the upcoming CD at


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