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Byzantine Announces New Album "To Release Is To Resolve"

If the old saying, "If at first you don't succeed... try, try again" was ever in doubt, it has never been proven more true than with West Virginia's heavy metal act Byzantine. In 2007, the band fulfilled a 3-album deal with Prosthetic Records, disbanding the day after "Oblivion Beckons" was released.

This career move stopped any momentum dead in its tracks. 5 years later, Byzantine reformed to release a self-titled 4th album on the band's own indie label (WV Snakepit).

Now, 14 years after its inception, Byzantine looks to push its underground cult status even further. 5th album, "To Release is To Resolve," is set for a March 3rd release.

Looking to expand its fan base, Byzantine has signed with Tone Deaf Touring to reach markets never before tapped. Front man Chris Ojeda says, "We are extremely happy to be involved with Tone Deaf. We have operated since 2005 without a booking agency and it has hindered us severely. In our whole time as a band we still have never played the West Coast, Texas and have only played 3 countries outside the US. We hope to make Tone Deaf proud and play to many unsuspecting crowds."

Byzantine has also partnered with Pledge Music to fund the upcoming album. Pledge tiers are still available at this location.

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