Metal Blade Records has announced the signing of BARN BURNER.
From the metal loving city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada's comes one of the most killer riff machines this side of the three-headed love child of IRON MAIDEN, THIN LIZZY and FU MANCHU.
BARN BURNER has been cruising around Canada over the past few years spreading its love of the riff, good times and is ready to take its beard-encrusted rock to the rest of the world.
"It's a total honor to be working with such a ruling label; it is one of those crucial goals that you strive for as a band," BARN BURNER's Kevin Keegan states. "May our filthy beards and hair grow long together over the years and continue to put out crushing albums!"
Metal Blade Records will give BARN BURNER's debut album, "Bangers", an official worldwide release in 2010. The CD has already received tons of praise when it was originally made available via New Romance for Kids Records.
BARN BURNER is:
Kevin Keegan - Guitar/Vocals
Marc Doucette - Guitar
Nick Ball - Bass
Taylor Freund - Drums
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/theinfamousbarnburner.
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