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Final Prayer and Sirens Sign To Let It Burn Records

Let It Burn Records has announced the signing of two more bands - Final Prayer and Sirens.

Final Prayer - Already being a highly respected and well established engine within the hardcore scene, Final Prayer from Berlin are about to move one step further on the ladder. After a demo on Our World Records, a split CD with Crisis Never Ends and a full European tour with Teamkiller, the band’s next step is now to release their debut full length CD entitled "Righ Here Right Now" on Let It Burn in Spring 2006. Expect heavy, traditional Hardcore with pissed off, socio-critical lyrics somewhere between Madball, Ten Yard Fight and Terror. The release of "Right Here Right Now" will be followed by exensive touring all across Europe in order to support it.

Sirens - Sirens' debut EP, entitled "Calling," will be a split release between Poisonfree Records and Let it Burn Records, two labels that found their interest in this astonishing new band at the same time, and then doing it the fair, punk rock way - teamwork cooperation. Sirens includes ex-members of Bleed Into One, No Lesson Learned, Nyari, 7th Seal Broken, Teamkiller, so the term "allstar-band" is really well placed here. The band's sound includes some blistering mixture of classic hardcore with a modern edge, ranging from youthful, spiritfilled anthems to melodic and mature passages, taking the essence of 80's and 90's hardcore plus a dose of the present. Out comes a unique mixture from dedicated scenesters who know what they do and who will convince you that traditional hardcore can still be vital and attractive, even in 2005.

Source: Lambgoat

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