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Stealing Axion Signs With InsideOut Music, Announces "Moments" Album

InsideOut Music has issued the following announcement about inking a deal with Stealing Axion:

"InsideOut Music is proud to announce the signing of progressive groove metallers STEALING AXION! Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, the band was formed in the winter of 2009 by three friends, Dan Forbrich (vocals, guitar), Josh DeShazo (vocals, guitar), and Phil Willmarth (vocals, bass). By early 2010, the band recorded and released their buzzworthy self-titled EP, while continuing to write and record more material.

"While Stealing Axion circulated around the web, fans and critics praised it for its musical proficiency, atmospheric passages and heavy grooves. The band then enlisted Charlie Shaughnessy (guitar) and Blake Ferris (drums) to round out their lineup while working closely with Acle Kahney (producer, guitarist of TESSERACT, who mixed and mastered these new tracks). STEALING AXION finally had enough material to put together a full length album, entitled Moments, which will now be released through InsideOut Music in 2012!"

In regards to the signing and the exciting year ahead, Stealing Axion comments, "We're beyond excited to join the InsideOut family! We've been listening to bands from this label for years and are thrilled to be working with an amazing team!"

The band also posted a video about this big news, which can be viewed here. More news about Stealing Axion will be revealed soon, but in the meantime, be sure to check out the band's music via SoundCloud for a preview of what's to come.

Stealing Axion has the following upcoming shows:

1/20 - Louie G's - Fife, WA
2/3 - Studio 7 - Seattle, WA (with SCALE THE SUMMIT)

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