Lambgoat Records Launches, Signs Lye By Mistake
Lambgoat Records, a new record label formed by the people behind metal/hardcore webzine Lambgoat.com, has officially been launched. The label doesn't intend to stray from the genres typically covered by Lambgoat.com, but will attempt to avoid duplicating avenues previously traveled. As such, Lambgoat Records has officially signed St. Louis act, Lye By Mistake.
Combining elements of metal, fusion, and jazz, fans of such diverse artists as Dillinger Escape Plan, Mr. Bungle, and John McLaughlin should find something to enjoy. Some previous acts have attempted similar endeavors, but few have possessed the musicianship to back it up. According to Lambgoat Records owner Alex Arnold, "Everyone in the band is truly gifted, but Lye By Mistake guitarist Josh Bauman is one of the most original and talented guitarists I've ever had the pleasure of hearing while running Lambgoat.com, and I've heard more guitarists than most." A sample of Bauman's playing (from the band's new album) can be heard here.
Having just secured an exclusive distribution deal with Lumberjack Mordam, Lambgoat Records will release Lye By Mistake's new album, Arrangements For Fulminating Vective, on May 9th. The album was recorded by Jim Callahan (Story Of The Year), mixed by Eric Rachel (Every Time I Die, God Forbid), and mastered by Alan Douches (Mastodon, Converge). For now, you can check out a full track from the new album on their MySpace page.
Lye By Mistake will be on the road all spring and summer in support of the new release, including a July tour with The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza.
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