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Division's New Album, "Control Issues," To Be Distributed By Nightmare Records

Divsion has announced that they'll have their new album, "Control Issues," distributed by Nightmare Records. Guitarist Mike Blevins has issued a blog post about it and how it fits into their DIY plans:

"Some of you have been reading my blogs about recording the band. It was originally a goal for 'Control Issues' to do the whole thing ourselves, partially for the experience, and partially because we could see that this is very definitely where the 'music industry' is headed, so we might as well start getting ready for it.

"If ever there was a topic for a good, spirited argument, this is it. I’ve had several, in pretty much all the formats you can think of. (Well, I don’t think I’ve used the USPS to conduct this argument yet, but I digress…) Regardless, it’s never (or very seldom) actually doing it ALL yourself. Many people with way more experience than I possess have told me that, much like being your own lawyer, the person that is his own mastering engineer has a fool for a client. That’s why we chose Bill Wolf of Wolf Productions to master the 'Control Issues' CD. He did a much better job than I can ever dream of doing. Some things are best left to the specialists.

"With that as our working paradigm, we’d like to announce (in conjunction with our label, 2/5ths Gone Records) that the 'Control Issues' CD will be distributed by none other than Nightmare Records. Mainman Lance King has built quite the powerhouse of a label and distribution company up in the Great White North of Minnesota, and we’re proud to be associated with Nightmare. The CD should now be available from *your* favorite distro – including iTunes, for those so inclined – since Lance works with just about everybody. If it isn’t, well, ask them why not, or buy it from Nightmare directly.

"Here’s to a long, fruitful partnership with Nightmare, from all of us!"

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