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Infamous Empire Announces New Additions to Its Management Roster

Infamous Empire is pleased to announce the addition of four new bands and a graphic artist to their management roster. The five additions include It Lies Within (Luxor Records), Your Chance To Die (Red Cord Records), Alice Practice, Every Minute Can Kill, and NarrowPathDesigns.

These new additions joins an ever growing roster that already includes As They Sleep (Solid State Records), Another Hero Dies (InVogue Records), Damien Deadson (Ex-Demon Hunter), Apparitions (Infamous Empire Records, Ex-This Twilight City), The Party Foul, and the graphic artist Axis Design. The company expects to continue to grow even larger as the year continues.

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