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Dryline Head To Studio To Record Zero-Sum Debut

Dryline, the second signing to Dallas, TX label Zero-Sum Recordings, have entered to studio to record their debut CD for the label. Producer D. Braxton Henry (A Dozen Furies, Jacknife) is producing the record at his own 379 Productions studio in Dallas. The CD is tentatively scheduled for a February 2006 release through Zero-Sum Recordings/Red Ink.

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1. relentless austin writes:

Hell Yeah!! Those guys kick a$$ live!

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