A Clearer Sky Recordings Acquires Forgotten Empire Releases
A Clearer Sky Recordings has announced that they've purchased the entire remaining Forgotten Empire Records catalog. Releases include:
Across Tundras "Lonesome Wails From The Weeping Willow" CD
Slacks "Field Recordings" CD/digipack
East Of The Wall "Farmers Almanac" CD/digipack
GP~00 (i) CD/digipack
The Comanche Sigh "The Black Zodiak" CD
RunsFasterScared self-titled full length CD
Day Without Dawn self-titled CD/EP
East Of The Wall self-titled CD/EP
All of these releases will be available from the A Clearer Sky Recordings webstore starting next weekend. A Clearer Sky Recordings is acting as the distributor for these releases and will only be selling the remaining stock; there are no re-presses planned at this time, but a few may be coming soon.
"Over the past year FER has gone through alot of changes and misfortunes," comments A Clearer Sky Recordings. "Being understaffed and overwhelmed things got out of control (too busy, with little help). Since A Clearer Sky started as an affiliate of FER 3 years ago, we thought it be best to purchase their remaining inventory. A Clearer Sky Recordings is run and operated by several very dedicated individuals and has been around since early 2007. As of mid 2009 A Clearer Sky began running as a seperate label completely independent of FER with our own distribution and releases. Many thanks to everyone at FER for getting us our start, and helping us along."
"We are currently looking for a few new bands to complete a small roster. We are 1000% DIY and plan on staying that way. We do not care about putting out a million releases and making tons of money, we just want to release good music from bands we love. Please get in touch with us for more info."
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