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The Berzerker To Launch A New Record Label, Berzerker Industries

Luke Kenny, vocalist and frontman for Australia's The Berzerker, has posted the following blog on the band's MySpace page:

"Firstly we'd like to say a big thanks to all the guys in New Zealand on showing us a great time. Secondly I'm very excited to tell you that we will be launching our brand new record label, "Berzerker Industries," within the next few months. The first release will be our new studio album. (I can't fucking wait!). The only way you'll be able to get hold of this album is by direct mail order via Myspace and our Website. This will not be in stores. Also we will be holding a re-mix competition with the winner getting their re-mixed Berzerker version on our new cd. There will also be re-mixes from some of the biggest names in the gabba/speedcore scene. ROOAAGGGGHH!! I will be posting more info about all of this very soon, so stay tuned.

"Please Enjoy this sneek peak track set to some New Zealand madness. Once again thanks for your support over all these years.

"PS: For UK fans we have been confirmed on the Ghostfest Festival in Leeds on June 29th. We will be adding more UK dates added shortly. Get ready everyone, The Berzerker are gearing up for a very busy few years ahead!!"

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First time I heard this band I couldn't stop laughing. ROOAAGGGGHH!!! HAHAHAHA

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2. Tomo writes:

Well, you should of heard of it.

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