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Into The Flood Signs With Century Media, Releases New Music Video

Century Media is proud to announce the signing of Washington state based metal quintet, Into the Flood. Formed in the winter of 2010, the band came together to combine a vast array of influences to create a punishing blend of brutal metal and post hardcore. Comments the band, "This is absolutely a dream come true to be involved with a label like CM. This is something every musician dreams of and we were blessed enough to have it happen for us."

Century Media issued the following statement:

"For the past few years, they were the go-to local band asked to open up for nationally touring artists passing through Pacific Northwest. Sharing the stage with such bands as DEMON HUNTER, HATE ETERNAL and GOATWHORE, they were tipped off to Century Media from a Seattle promoter. Shortly after that, a label representative reached out, negotiations were made and a deal was signed.

"The band recently debuted a video for the track, 'The Destroyer,' which can be seen below. The song will be re-recorded for their debut album, which they are set to begin recording with producer Aaron Smith (JEFF LOOMIS, 7 HORNS 7 EYES) this week."

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1. Stephen Green writes:

Brendan, I have never been more proud of you than I am now. I can think of no other person who deserves this professional accomplishment more than you my brother. I'll always love you and I hope you never forget that. Also, tell your friend not to ruin that lovely Jazz with a pick.

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