Dayton, Ohio's THE GREAT AMERICAN BEAST has inked a deal with Trustkill Records. The band's full-length debut, "Domestic Blood", was recorded at Random Awesome Studios in Saginaw, Michigan with producer Josh Schroeder and is scheduled for an early 2010 release.

Commented bassist Pete DiSalvo, "I couldn't think of a better way to spend my 25th birthday weekend than celebrating signing to Trustkill Records, a label that really shows that they want us as much as we want them. It's a really nice feeling knowing that your band is appreciated by the people that matter."

THE GREAT AMERICAN BEAST began its attack on listeners' ears in early 2008 when the defunct Dayton band THE RED AFFAIR enlisted the help of fellow Dayton veteran Nick Villars.

With a sound best described as "'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' meets 'Animal House'," THE GREAT AMERICAN BEAST's only goal is "to play kick-ass tunes to kick-ass kids in every kick-ass city in the country."


Nick Villars - Vocals
Jesse Blair - Guitar
Pete DiSalvo - Bass
Andy Lazier - Drums
Tim Baker - Guitar

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