Relapse Records has announced the signing of North Carolina's HORSEBACK.
HORSEBACK, the brainchild of Jenks Miller, has released two full-length albums since forming in 2007. The band's second CD, "The Invisible Mountain", will be re-released through Relapse later this summer.
Commented Miller: "HORSEBACK is an ever-evolving project which will explore a variety of sounds and approaches in its lifetime.
"I am glad to have the opportunity to work with Relapse, and have long admired their commitment to new and challenging music."
HORSEBACK is currently writing material for the follow-up release to "The Invisible Mountain", a companion album that is tentatively titled "Half Blood".
HORSEBACK will take part in the Hopscotch Festival in Raleigh, North Carolina this September. Presented by Raleigh's Independent Weekly, this year's event will also include PUBLIC ENEMY, PANDA BEAR, LUCERO, HARVEY MILK, OCEAN, and many more.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/horsebacknoise.
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