Hell Or Highwater Sign New Record Deal, New Album Due In Late 2016

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California rockers Hell Or Highwater, which counts Atreyu drummer Brandon Sallor as their frontman, has singed a new record deal with Search&Destroy/Spinefarm Records. The band is preparing a new album, dubbed Vista, due later in 2016. The band has released an announcement video which you can watch at this link or below:

hell or highwater logo2 ghostcultmagSaller commented on the signing:

“We’re so incredibly excited to be a part of the Spinefarm/Search & Destroy family. We’ve been crafting this album for two years and can’t wait to share it with the world.”

 

The band has several releases under their belt and performed twice on the UPROAR Tour and toured extensively all over the world with acts such as Avenged Sevenfold. The band had released a new song and video in 2015 for the track I’ll Be Waiting’, which you can see at this link or below: 

 

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Krieg Signs With Profound Lore, Plot New Album – Guilt For 2016

Krieg, by Hillarie Jason

Krieg, by Hillarie Jason

USBM leaders Krieg, fronted by Neill Jameson have signed with Profound Lore Records for their new album entitled Guilt, due later in 2016. In an exclusive interview with Ghost Cult, Jameson told Hillarie Jason about signing their new deal, another release long in the works, and the process of writing the new full length:

 

On signing their new deal:

Jef Whitehead brought up that we were about to be released from our Candlelight contract to Chris Bruni and it went from there. I’ve had contact with Chris since he wrote for Metal Maniacs and I’m a big fan of some of the bands on his label, and also just how he has built an empire with his own two hands in the image of exactly how he wants it to go. I look forward to causing the label to lose a lot of money and respect worldwide with this next record.”

 

Concerning a long in the works split release with Integrity:

...The split’s been recorded for about a year and is the best song we’ve ever recorded and the general basis for the next record so they tie in nicely with each other.”

 

On the forthcoming album:

Yeah, we’re going to get together to start putting it together after the new year. There’s been less time between the two so I imagine there’s going to be more similarities between those two than there was between Isolationist and Transient. But I’m more inspired this time around by hardcore and crust than even the last one so there’s probably going to be a strong emphasis on that, without the shitty tough guy posturing.”

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