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Unjust Signs to Swell Creek Records

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San Francisco Bay Area's UNJUST have inked a European deal with German label Swell Creek Records for their fourth album, entitled "To Lose a Name", due out July 25th. The CD was recorded with producer/engineer Mark Keaton (MACHINE HEAD, ONE MAN ARMY, MR. T EXPERIENCE, KGB) and mixed by Ryan Massey at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, California. UNJUST have been on a break focusing on family, animating Oscar winning films, mixed martial arts and relaxing. The band have also gone back to the two guitar format with the departure of Thom Tucker.

Commented the band: "With such flattering reviews in the German and European press by major magazines and fanzines of an unsigned band like us we knew it was only a matter of time before our music was recognized by a label. Swell Creek Records have great distribution and we couldn't be happier to work with them. We will be playing soon with Mendoza back on guitar, and fun guest jams."

The track listing for "To Lose a Name" is as follows:

01. The Cloud Collectors
02. Home
03. It's Not Enough
04. Choose Nothing
05. Reactions
06. Wait for Me Now
07. Do You Really Like...
08. In Search of a Ghost
09. The Part
10. Sweet November
11. The Red In The Fog
12. We Be Robots

Three new UNJUST tracks, "It's Not Enough", "In Search of a Ghost", and "We Be Robots," have been posted on the band's MySpace page.

UNJUST's last album, "Glow", was released through indie label Koolarrow Records, the brainchild of former FAITH NO MORE bassist Billy Gould who had an hand in the pre-production of "To Lose A Name".

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