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Warbringer signs with Napalm Records

Thursday, June 23, 2016 8:42 AM PT
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Official press release:

Napalm Records is proud and honored to announce the signing of US Thrash Metallers Warbringer. Started in 2004 by high school fellow metal heads, the members of Los Angeles' own Warbringer have made their way up through the metal scene. After four releases and an endless succession of tours with the likes of Arch Enemy, Exodus, Suicide Silence, Megadeth, Napalm Death, Iced Earth, Kreator to name just a few, this hard working five-piece is ready to take the next step together with Napalm Records.

John Kevill, front man of Warbringer comments on the signing: "We are excited to announce a new record deal with Napalm Records! We have been writing for the last couple months, the riffs are flowing and the new material is sounding goddamn lethal. We are planning to record at the end of summer and release it early next year, followed by a full worldwide touring campaign. The writing is being led by longtime members drummer Carlos Cruz and guitarist Adam Carroll, as well as myself, and we are being joined by Chase Becker on the lead guitar and Jessie Sanchez dropping the bass-hammer.

"I've been on a mission to make this record for three years since Empires... was released, and it's great to see it finally coming to fruition. Thank you all the people at Napalm Records for their interest in the band, and thank you to the fans for your continued and undying support, We'll see you out there next year."

Sebastian Muench, A&R Napalm Records states: "I have been following Warbringer´s progress throughout the last 4 fantastic releases and am extremely confident that with the band's first release under the Napalm banner Warbringer could step in the footsteps of Thrash Metal Titans like Exodus, Kreator or Testament! We will work our asses off to make the album a success! Welcome to the Napalm family!"

The band is currently in the studio recording their upcoming masterpiece.
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