THE BURIAL SIGNS WITH STRIKEFIRST RECORDS

After almost three years of fellowship, touring, and face melting shows together, Raging Storm is proud to announce that The Burial has signed with Strikefirst Records. From the Strikefirst website:

We are excited to announce the signing of Indiana based The Burial.
Their debut SFR album The Winepress will be released on August 17th and is a metal soundtrack for aggressive spiritual warfare. Check out some music on their myspace page <http://www.myspace.com/theburialin>
and stay posted for summer tour dates and more news.

HAIL THE BLESSED HOUR SIGNS TO RAGING STORM RECORDS

Also from within the ranks of our former imprint label, Raging Storm gladly welcomes back Hail the Blessed Hour to it’s family of artists.
The band will be hitting the studio in July for pre-production on their next full-length project. Follow the band on myspace <http://www.myspace.com/hailtheblessedhour>
or check out last year’s release on iTunes <http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/beauty-distorted/id327995221>
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AWAKE THE SUFFERING SIGNS TO RAGING STORM RECORDS

A “friend of the family” for a number of years now, Awake the Suffering also joins the growing ranks of Raging Storm Records. For fans of more old school death metal with more emphasis on aggression and riffing than breakdowns and circle pits, Awake the Suffering will be entering the Sound Lair this fall for work on their 2011 label debut. Listen to the band on myspace <http://www.myspace.com/awakethesuffering>
and show your support by downloading their independent release on iTunes <http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/inside-the-mind-we-die/id361442662>

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