Bullet Tooth signs I, Omega to Worldwide Deal Debut EP “The Ravenous” On Bullet Tooth This Spring Announcement video at YouTube |  New song “Butcher” on Facebook

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Bullet Tooth is excited to announce the worldwide signing of I, Omega!  Coming out of the Los Angeles area, I, Omega have been busy playing Southern California and writing songs for their upcoming EP entitled “The Ravenous” due out on Bullet Tooth this Spring.  Blending technical melodic metal with bursts of progressive rock in the realm of Protest The Hero or Periphery, they will no doubt make their mark on the scene in 2012. Fans can watch their announcement video on YouTube and listen to the song “Butcher” on their Facebook page.
Commenting on the signing, I, Omega vocalist Clay Nevels said, “Josh’s genuine enthusiasm for our music and our vision for this release is a breath of fresh air in a stale/apathetic industry. We are confident in Bullet Tooth‘s ability to help us spread our music to all corners of the globe and we look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship between us and them.”
Bassist  Calvan Christ also commented, “I’m very excited to be working with the guy that brought us bands like Hopesfall, Poison The Well, Bleeding Through, and Throwdown. I can’t wait to see where this will take I, Omega.” while guitarist Ryan Cano said, “I feel very privileged to work with people who have brought me so much enjoyment and inspiration in past years through the bands they’ve put on the map. I feel blessed that they see something in us that they saw in all of those bands. I’m hoping for a long and mutually fruitful relationship with Bullet Tooth.”
I, Omega is a progressive metal quintet from the Los Angeles area, dead set on creating a sound that is bold and unique, as well as easily digestible. Shredding guitars with fast, upbeat drumming, beefy bass lines, and vocals ranging from angelic to devilish, all with a punk rock attitude.  Their sound is heavy and complex, but also leaves room for rhythmic grooves and catchy choruses. I, Omega‘s music conjures up emotions crossing the spectrum of the listener’s scope, from menacing and technical wizardry, to tasteful and subtle harmony that’s sure to sway even the harshest of listeners. I, Omega is here to make a difference and defend the right to be different.
Stay tuned for tour updates and more from I, Omega!

I, Omega is: Thomas Borboa – Guitar Ryan Cano – Guitar Andrew Slane – Drums Calvan Christ – Bass Clay Nevels – Vocals
For More Info:
www.Facebook.com/IOmegaBand www.Twitter.com/IOmegaMusic www.YouTube.com/IOmegaMusic www.KillerTours.com/IOmega

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