With our gears moving at break-neck speeds, we at Static Age Records are proud to officially announce the addition of three new bands to our roster! Sleep Serapis Sleep; Artifex Pereo; and The Gun Show.

The Gun Show: Christian metallers The Gun Show, both technically proficient and brutally heavy, are a touring workhorse.  Indie Vision Music said “they [The Gun Show] open up on you with guns a blazing.”  Playing energetic and fun songs, packed with breakdowns, sing alongs, bang your head riffs, and melodies, this Ohio outfit seems to know what people want to hear.  They will be working on an upcoming release in the next few months and will be playing Cornerstone 2010.  You can hear material from the band on their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/xthegunshowx

In additional news, we have added a new member to the staff of Static Age, TJ Sego.  Formerly the drummer of Gwen Stacy, TJ will be serving a dual purpose at Static Age handling booking and acting as an in-house production consultant to our bands.  TJ spoke about joining the Static Age family, “The direction that Static Age are going, as well as the attitude they take regarding their bands and partners, is one that I would be a fool to not be a part of. I find the growing band roster to be very strong with big potential, and I am very much looking forward to contributing to their success creatively and professionally.”

To stay up to date with the happenings of Static Age, please check out our website at http://www.itsastaticage.com or become a fan or the label on Facebook at http://www.bit.ly/staticage.


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