Hexerei Signs To Screaming Ferret Wreckords
Hexerei, the New Hampshire based metal outfit has signed a two album deal with Screaming Ferret Wreckords, the indie label based out of Southern New Hampshire best known for acts like Nuclear Assault and Meliah Rage, with full US distribution thru its label partners Fontana/Universal.
Hexerei gained notoriety in the New England area by performing in support of their debut album "27" which was recorded at the legendary New Alliance Studio in Boston, Massachusetts. New Alliance Studio studio continues to be hallowed ground for hard and heavy music for 15 years and has spawned benchmark records from Converge, Tree, Scissorfight and Godsmack.
Since the album's release, the band has performed with Saliva, Alice in Chains, Shinedown, Drowning Pool, Lacuna Coil, Sevendust and was hand picked by WAAF FM 107.3, the influential commercial rock station in Boston, to open this past year's Family Values Tour with Korn, The Deftones, Stone Sour, and Flyleaf.
Along with their nonstop shows around the New England area, the band gained a national fanbase in the summer of 2006 when Hexerei toured with Suicide City, the band featuring Billy Graziadei of Biohazard and Jennifer Arroyo of Kittie.
Hexerei's new studio album titled "Pay Your Dues" is tentatively scheduled for full US release in April 2007, which will be followed by a year of touring in support of the album.
Travis Pfenning, lead vocalist, states, "we are very excited about this new album, and what the next year has in store for us. The band continues to work very hard to put all the pieces of the puzzle in place and now, that we have our management team solidified and a label that is going to support us properly, the sky is the limit."
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