UPON A BURNING BODY Signs Worldwide Deal With Upstart Metal Label SEEK AND STRIKE
UPON A BURNING BODY has inked a deal with Seek And Strike. The band's new full-length album will arrive in the spring.
Danny Leal (vocals) and Ruben Alvarez (guitar) comment on the signing: "We are excited to announce that UPON A BURNING BODY will be joining the team at Seek And Strike.
"UPON A BURNING BODY has always taken the road less traveled and this next step is a testament to our growth and will to challenge ourselves.
"We are ready to bring a bigger and badder sound to everyone who follows us, and can't wait to unleash our new music upon the world. It's going to be our heaviest yet and we hope that all our friends and fans will join us in this new chapter.
"We are eternally grateful to those who have believed in and supported the band thus far. Get your metal horns ready!"
Seek And Strike is a label founded for one purpose: to fill a void in today's metal scene while developing a slew of new talent. Other acts signed to Seek And Strike are Los Angeles's HYVMINE and New Jersey's UNCURED.
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