We are extremely excited to say Divide The Sea’s new album Man came out Tuesday, January 26, 2010 and feedback has been great thus far! Blood & Ink staff were able to travel to South Carolina for their CD release show and seeing them in their hometown of Greenville play to a sold out crowd was phenomenal! Oh, let’s not forget HM Magazine gave the album a 4/5 review, asserting “Divide The Sea’s fantastically produced Man… [combines] great musicianship with a powerful frontman.”

You can currently hear songs from Man on Divide The Sea’s Myspace at: www.myspace.com/dividethesea

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DIVIDE THE SEA tour dates:

02/24/10 East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse
w/ Aneirin 02/25/10 Statesboro, TN @ Dos Primos
w/ Aneirin 02/26/10 Loganville, GA @ The Movement
w/ Aneirin 02/28/10 Lynchburg, VA @ Crosspoint Church
w/ Aneirin

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For Immediate Release: THIN ICE SIGNS TO BLOOD & INK RECORDS!

We’re extremely excited to announce that San Antonio, TX’s Thin Ice have joined the Blood & Ink Records Family! In fact, we loved Thin Ice’s music so much, we signed them before they had even played a single show… the music is just that good!

We’re currently working with the band to prepare their debut release, a digital EP that will feature six of the most blistering hardcore tunes ever released by Blood & Ink. Stay tuned for more details coming soon.

In the meantime, check out Thin Ice on Myspace at: www.myspace.com/thinicehc

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SXSW ROLL CALL

It’s that time again when thounsands of music lovers flood to the city of Austin, TX for South by Southwest Festival. If you plan on being there, we want to hang out! Drop us an email and tell us where the best burritos are in Austin, TX. See you soon!

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