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Heaven Shall Burn Sign To Century Media

Heaven Shall Burn have officially signed with Century Media Records. Century Media will release "Antigone“ in Europe on April 26th. The initial pressing of the album will be a limited edition version with special packaging that includes two bonus cover tracks. More details on the release and an exact North American release date will be announced shortly. Additionally, the album will be available in South America via Brazil’s Liberation Records and Lifeforce Records will taking care of the LP version, which will be also released on April 26th, as well as a future limited CDEP release for Heaven Shall Burn following later this year.

Here is an official statement by the band:

Marcus/ vocals: "I am extremely excited to have signed to the label that is home to plenty of my favourite bands. 2004 promises to become a really challenging year for HSB. Full force ahead!!!”

Maik/ guitar: "I am very happy about the new deal with CM. It was a really important step forwards to take for us as a band, but even more important was to make it together with a partner who doesn’t only understand how to promote and market HSB’s music but who also has the ability and attitude to support the political and socio-critical dimension of the band. Furthermore, it means a lot to us that we didn’t only find a good new home, but that will also manage to continue the co-operation with Lifeforce Records. There still won’t be any compromises for the future with HSB! Everything that needs to be said will be said, and everything that needs to be done will be done! We are positively looking forward to 2004!”

Source: Lifeforce Records

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