BESEECH Seek 'Stronger' Label Home
Swedish "gothic metallers" BESEECH have officially parted ways with Napalm Records. The band are already in discussions with other labels about a possible new record deal but will "take the time" they need to find a suitable new home, according to a press release.
"After five albums it's time to step up some levels with a more stronger and supportive label," guitarist Robert Vintervind said in a statement. "This would [mean] that we [would] get the chance reach out to a bigger audience and of course meet all the fans on tours/festivals we get mails from each day that want to see us live."
Interested labels can contact the band at email@example.com.
BESEECH's last release for Napalm was their fifth album, "Sunless Days", which came out last September.
The follow-up to 2004's "Drama", "Sunless Days" was recorded at StudioMega in Varberg, Sweden and includes a a cover of the DANZIG track "Devil's Plaything" as well as a re-recording of the song "Manmade Dreams" (on the digipack version only) from BESEECH's second album, "Black Emotions".
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