News•January 27, 2011 7:48 PM ET•5,741 views
Prosthetic Records signs Wolves Like Us
Official press release: Prosthetic Records is very pleased to announce the signing of Norway's Wolves Like Us to a world wide, multi-album deal. Wolves Like Us are without a doubt one of the most exciting bands of the moment at the forefront of the burgeoning Oslo music scene. Although barely a year old they have already established themselves on the live circuit with a showcase at last year's legendary OYA Festival and recent touring with Kvelertak, Gallows, Purified In Blood and Blood Command. Extensive domestic radio play followed off the back of a stunning demo and debut 7" vinyl. With ex-members from such notable Norwegian acts as Amulet, Infidels Forever, JR Ewing and Silver, the band are no strangers to dedicated hard work. Drawing influence from artists such as Planes Mistaken For Stars, Drive Like Jehu, Hot Water Music and the Afghan Whigs, the mission is clear: Wolves Like Us are here to make the urgent, powerful new music that they love. Wolves Like Us are currently in the studio recording their debut album, "Late Love", which is set for release in the early Summer on Prosthetic Records. Alan Douches will be handling mastering duties and Justin Bartlett will be crafting the artwork. A main stage slot at this year's OYA Festival has just been confirmed, with a lot more to be announced shortly. Wolves Like Us drummer Jonas Thire commented, "WLU are honoured to sign with Prosthetic and be a part of a label with so many great bands. Even if we are a slightly more melodic outfit, we all share the passion for HC, metal and hard rock which is what we grew up listening to. We also had a wish to sign with an international label and the fact that our album(s) will be available around the world means a lot to us. Looking forward to the years to come and a great relationship!" Watch out for 'Late Love' coming soon. www.myspace.com/wolveslikeusss
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