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Vagrant Records Launches Heavy Music Imprint, Density Records

Vagrant Records today announced the launch of Density Records, a new heavy music imprint. I Hate Sally, a rock band from Kingston, Ontario will make their Density debut on June 12th with the U.S. release of "Don't Worry Lady."

"We've been hearing some really exciting younger, heavier bands and wanted to bring them into the Vagrant family," says Rich Egan, Vagrant co-founder and president. "Density allows us to branch out into heavier music and reach a new group of music fans."

I Hate Sally, comprised of Dee Prescott (vocals), Marc Garniss (guitar), Mark Mcgee (drums), and Dan Vokey (bass), formed in 2001 and "Don't Worry Lady" is the band's second full-length and their first in the U.S.

Source: Lambgoat

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