SPV RECORDS Comments On TYPE O NEGATIVE Signing
SPV Records has issued a press release officially announcing the signing of TYPE O NEGATIVE to a worldwide recording deal (as exclusively revealed here on May 13).
Manfred Schutz, Chairman of SPV worldwide, commented on TYPE O's addition to the SPV roster: "It is a true privilege to welcome TYPE O NEGATIVE into the ever-growing SPV family. They are a trailblazing band and we couldn't be happier to have them call SPV home."
"It is an honor to have the opportunity to work with one of my all-time favorite bands " added Gunter Ford, president of SPV's American division.
"We at SPV America are looking forward to a prosperous relationship, filled with a lot of great music."
As previously reported, TYPE O NEGATIVE are currently recording a cover of "Evil Ways" by SANTANA for an upcoming tribute to the science fiction/fantasy writer Neil Gaiman. No further information is presently available.
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