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Butcher Babies Signs With Century Media To Release New Album Next Year

Century Media Records is proud to announce the signing of the Butcher Babies to their worldwide family of artists. The label comments:

"Hailing from Los Angeles, the Butcher Babies have emerged as one of the biggest draws on the Sunset Strip, their incendiary blend of heavy metal and horror-inspired theatrics inciting crowds worldwide.

"Fronted by Carla Harvey and Heidi Shepherd - named two of the year's 'Hottest Women In Rock' by Revolver Magazine - the blood-splattered band left their mark on the United Kingdom in June, appearing on the Download festival and supporting Anthrax in Cardiff. They returned to America as direct support for Otep in fall, and are wrapping up their first headlining tour tonight in front of a hometown crowd at the Roxy on the Sunset Strip. The band - vocalists Harvey and Shepherd, guitarist Henry Flury, bassist Jason Klein and drummer Chris Warner - will be performing with labelmates In This Moment tomorrow night in Las Vegas."

"Century Media has been a huge supporter of Butcher Babies for a long time, and it feels natural to join their tight knit family," said the band of the signing. "It's an honor for us to be on a roster amongst many other bands that have inspired us for so long. We couldn't be more excited about the future of this union."

The band is currently at work on a new full-length, which is slated for worldwide release in summer 2013 via Century Media Records. You can also catch the band live:

11/19/12 - Hollywood, CA @ The Roxy
11/20/12 - Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl (with In This Moment)

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