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Means End Signs With Rogue Records To Release Next Album

Rogue Records America is proud to announce yet another addition to the label's family. Means End has signed a deal with Rogue for publishing and distribution of the band's next epic release and the re-release of "The Didact."

"The Didact" will be reissued on September 17th both in a digital and physical CD formats. The official video for "Nox Aurumque" off "The Didact" can be seen below.

The band is now in the studio writing material for the next album which will drop sometime in Fall 2014.

“The new release will be clocking in at a scale crushing 150 minutes of music. It will be more intelligent, powerful, complex, and epic than the last record,” states Robert Luciani, singer and co-founder of Means End.

Dean Martinetti, owner of Rogue Records America, comments: "When I was approached by Robert of Means End I almost fell off my chair, I’m a big fan and I love what Means End is doing in the metal world, so to have a chance to work with them is a top honor for me. Rogue will be working VERY hard for Means End, as we do with all our bands and we can’t wait to see what comes of the pairing."

Means End had this to say about the new relationship with Rogue: "Of all the reputable companies we’ve approached, Rogue is the only one not afraid to stick their chin out. They bet on up-and-coming bands, invent modern and clever distribution and marketing strategies, work with alternative media channels like video-game publishers, and lots of other things that the ageing plus-size labels simply can’t match. More importantly though, our strategic partnership with Rogue will result in more and better music than ever before. We’re looking forward to drawing on all of Rogue’s creative talent."

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