A new record label is on the scene. Photo Contributed
A new record label is on the scene. Photo Contributed Contributed

The Hard Word: New label launched in Los Angeles

SharpTone Records launches as a label and will encompass many multitude of genres and subgenres in rock music.  

SharpTone is cofounded by Nuclear Blast CEO Markus Staiger and Shawn Keith.

The new music company's headquarters are located in Los Angeles with satellite offices in the UK, Germany and Australia.  

The label's roster is quickly taking shape and expect new releases from these artists in the upcoming months: 

ATTILA - new album 2016. 

WE CAME AS ROMANS - new music 2016. 

MISS MAY I - new album 2017.

LOATHE - releasing 'Prepare Consume Proceed' July 8th. https://youtu.be/JBsijrAFpVM

WORLD WAR ME - new music available now. - https://youtu.be/tymjskB6At0 

ATTILA vocalist Fronz states, "We are REALLY excited to announce that we have officially signed to SharpTone."

"We are at an amazing point in our career and we know that these guys have the power that we need to take things to the next level," he said.

"We're ready to dominate the planet with our brand new album.

"SharpTone is a label that shares our enthusiasm and understands who we are and what our vision is. So let's fucking crush the world and spread party metal to the masses."

Co-founder Shawn Keith said, "Developing this label has been very exciting for me."

"The opportunity to partner and cultivate new and established artists working towards broadening their global potential is thrilling," he said.

"SharpTone will continue to diversify and evolve as a brand for music fans to truly identify with. We are not just another record label, we are a new music company, allowing artists to be as creative and passionate as they choose to be." 

To read more go to: http://www.northernstar.com.au/topic/the-hard-word/



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