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RoadRunner May Be In Trouble

The Roadrunner may finally be beat by the Coyote? Doh!, wrong Roadrunner...

According to an article published via HitsDailyDouble.com, Roadrunner Records, is actively seeking to enter a joint-venture agreement with a major label for the release of Slipknot's new album, Iowa, which is tentatively scheduled to be issued on August 7th. The article states that as a result of Roadrunner distributor/partner Edel Music's recent financial troubles, and Roadrunner's substantial debt to the company based on a loan that the German music company provided them with recently, a possible sale of Roadrunner itself by RR head Cees Wessels could take place. Wessels is said to be talking to "every label in the business" about a possible arrangement, and the label head's biggest bargaining chip is undoubtedly the masked nine-piece outfit's future recorded output, which will likely include a multi-platinum certification for the group's aforementioned Iowa opus and a possible #1 debut on the Billboard Top 200 Pop Album chart. SLIPKNOT's manager.

Source: Blabbermouth.net

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