OPEN GRAVE RECORDS Signs U.S. Distribution Deal With OARFIN DISTRIBUTION
Open Grave Records is has announced that it has signed an exclusive U.S. distribution deal with OarFin Distribution. OarFin Distribution is a national distributor that deals with national and independent music store chains as well as online retailers, as well as other distributors and key independent stores.
Open Grave Records owner James Mattern says, "Everyone at Open Grave Records is really pleased about this partnership with OarFin. With this deal in place we will be better able to get our products into the hands of the fans. This will also give every artist that is a part of Open Grave Records the opportunity to grow."
The first releases that are being made available nationwide are as follows:
DOWNLORD – "Random Dictionary of the Damned"
ATROCITY - "Contaminated"
NECRODEMON - "Ice Fields of Hyperion"
END OF DESTINY - "The Thoughtless Existence"
THE EVERSCATHED - "Razors of Unrest"
These titled will hit stores on January 30, 2007.
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