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Moonshine Signs To Dope Entertainment

Korean black/dark metal visionaries, Moonshine, have joined the Dope Entertainment family. The label comments: "We can't be much happier to have them as part of our family since we've been very big fan of them ever since we helped them distribute their sophomore album (The Songs of Requiem)."

Moonshine is currently in the studio self-producing their self-titled third album and their debut release for Dope Entertainment. The band is expecting an end of March, 2008 release date.

Giga & Amon of Moonshine comments: "We are excited and honored to be on a label that we truly respect and have proven that they are the best rock/metal record label in Korea. The sound of our new record will be true to form Moonshine. Very melodic and dark yet still extreme enough to satisfy the taste buds of those black metal purists. To all our faithful fans we promise that we will be bringing our best ever and most ambitious album very soon. We can't wait to get this record out."

Their second album has been compared to Rotting Christ and the band have received praise for their ability to make mind-lingering melodies and excellent guitar solos.

You can check out Moonshine's "Lady in Black" video (from their second album, "Songs of Requiem") on YouTube or below. "The Memorable Tide" video (from their first album) is also available online and below.

You can check out more of the band's material on their MySpace page.

Moonshine's "Lady in Black" Music Video:

Moonshine's "The Memorable Tide" Music Video:

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