The Korea Inks Deal With Rogue Records America
Rogue Records America is very proud to announce the label has inked a deal with The Korea, with releases to be distributed through Century Media Distro.
"I'm a huge fan of The Korea so when they agreed to join our growing family it was like getting Christmas early," said label owner Dean Martinetti. "We couldn't be happier with how fast the label is growing and having another powerhouse band like this in the lineup just shows how serious we are about our metal."
The Korea was formed in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, in 2003 and in the summer of 2011 the band entered the studio to record third long player "The Chariots Of The Gods." The Korea commented on the new collaboration:
"We are very glad for our creative union with Rogue Records America! It is a great honor and a big step for us and we hope that our music will be greatly appreciated outside of our country! We would like to thank the guys from Rogue Records America for letting us join their big family! We hope that our work together will be successful and we can bring to our fans many awesome songs! Thank you for support and see you at the concerts, friends!"
The first album out the gate is a re-issue Digipack for "Chariots of the Gods," which will be offered with a free t-shirt. The album will also be sold digitally through the label's bandcamp page with a free digital booklet. The next album "Saturnus" is currently scheduled for release sometime in 2013.
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