Bloodattack Signs To Bastardized Recordings
German thrash metal band Bloodattack have signed a deal with Bastardized Recordings.
Bloodattack comments on the signing, "After we have launched their recent album with all life ends records in 2008, we tried to sign to a new label for our new release in order to prevent ourselves from stagnation and in order to make progress. We´re totally happy and overpowered that we got that deal with our friends from BASTARDIZED RECORDINGS, we know us from the hardcore scene here since we listen too the music, maybe 20 years now. It´s more for us than a simple 'label-deal' – it´s a beginning of a great area of friends who work together for the scene and the music! At this point our homeboys from bastardized are the best thing that could happen too us… Producing with bastardized recordings does not only mean that BLOODATTACK found a label it can identify with, but also to have a great cooperation where one side supports and pushes the other side, reciprocally."
"In early 2009 we sent an application to them, in the mid of June 2009 Marco and Bastardized Recordings got in touch with us and we were more than happy to see that they were showing interest in our new release. We agreed immediately with their contract conditions which are, in comparison to others, very fair!"
"It is something special for us to be on one and the same label with other big bands that work so far with Bastardized Recordings. We look forward to cooperating and working with them in the future. LOTS OF THANKS TO STEFAN, MARCO AND THE BASTARDIZED-CREW!!!!!"
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