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Bonafide Inks Record Deal With Black Lodge Records

Swedish band Bonafide has recently signed a record deal with Black Lodge records. The band issued the following statement:

"We are proud to announce that Swedish rockers Bonafide is now part of the Black Lodge family. Bonafide's debut album was released in September 2007, and since then the band has been on the road all over Scandinavia playing festivals, a successful club tour on their own, and has supported bands such as Deep Purple, The Quireboys and Status Quo among many others. Black Lodge will re-release an expanded version of Bonafide's debut album for the world wide market in 2009. The album includes two bonus tracks, 'Hard case to break' and 'Nighttime,' recorded live at last years Sweden Rock Festival, as well as a cover of the Nazareth song "Miss Misery".

Bonafide's follow up album will be produced by accomplished producer Chips Kiesbye (The Hellacopters, Millencolin, Sahara Hotnights), and recordings begin mid February at Musicamatic Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden."

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