Hold True Recordings has announces the signing of the Boston thrash-metal quartet RAZORMAZE. The band's new EP, "Dawn of the Shred", will be released in early 2009. It will feature artwork by Halseycaust (TOXIC HOLOCAUST, WAR RIPPER).
Commented the band: "We believe that our relationship with Hold True will allow us to take our music career to the next level. With their reputation and promotional ability we will undoubtedly reach a great number of new fans and connect with the ones we've already made in a new and unimpeded way. Needless to say, we are totally stoked to become a part of the Hold True family."
According to a press release, "RAZORMAZE draws from the tried and true influences of the glory days of thrash, bonding together technical, yet melodic riffing and leads, lightning fast drumming and vocals that sound like a dive-bomber coming in for a kill!! RAZORMAZE and their brand of unwavering metal will surely appeal to fans of IRON MAIDEN, MEGADETH, RAZOR, BLACK FLAG, MILLIONS OF DEAD COPS, NUCLEAR ASSAULT, TESTAMENT and DEW-SCENTED."
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/razormazethrash.
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