Spitfire Re-sign With Goodfellow Records
Band Photo: Scarlet (?)
Goodfellow Records has announced the signing of Virginia metalcore quintet SPITFIRE to a new two album deal. The band, who recorded a CDEP for Goodfellow in 2001, is currently working on a new upcoming full-length album. It will be their first new release in four years.
“We couldn’t be happier to have Spitfire as an addition to our lovely family of bands,” says Goodfellow label owner Chris Logan. “2006 couldn’t come soon enough, so the world can hear the new chapter in this bands career.”
The band is spending the month of September recording at Red Planet studios in Virginia with producer Andreas Magnusson (Black Dahlia Murder, Scarlet). The album, tentatively entitled Self-Help, will be released in early 2006.
The band recently reformed, adding guitarist Scottie Henry from the metal outfit Norma Jean and Dan Tulloh from the shock rocking Scarlet. Musically, SPITFIRE plays a hybrid of metal and hardcore that is comparable to bands such as Every Time I Die, The Melvins, and even Deadguy as well as the speedy punk rock of Hot Snakes. You can check out some of their past material on MySpace.
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