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Eulogy Recordings signs Knock 'Em Dead

Wednesday, February 18, 2009 3:30 PM PT

Official press release:

Eulogy Recordings is very proud to announce the signing of Miami, Florida's Knock 'Em Dead.

Knock 'Em Dead started out in '05 by two musically driven brothers Hamlet Garcia (vocals) and Vladimir Garcia (drums) with the goal of writing intense, heavy and honest music. Their musical influences range from Sepultura, Slayer, Hatebreed, Napalm Death and even Tupac. Their sound is a combination of extremely heavy, destructive guitar riffs, with very powerful and intense drumming underneath one of the most punishing voices in heavy music today. Their lyrics are directly influenced by their own life struggles and experiences. With numerous member changes and other hardships, Knock 'Em Dead have definitely seen some difficult times but in 2009 with the strongest line up in their history they are ready to take on the world!

Knock 'Em Dead'S Hamlet Garcia says "As a South Florida band we've always loved Eulogy and what they've done for the scene not only in South Florida but across the world. We grew up listening to a lot of bands on the label and it's an honor to be a part of Eulogy family."

"Knock 'Em Dead is the epitome of what we look for in a band. They are great musicians, hard working people and are determined to succeed at any cost. We are very excited to have them join our family," says John Wylie (Eulogy Recordings).

Knock 'Em Dead plan to tour this summer, then record their Eulogy Recordings debut later this year.


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