Long Island, New York's SOUL MADE VISIBLE has inked a deal with MEI Records. The band's first full-length album, "Innocence Lost", will be re-released shortly, to be followed by a new CD later in the year.

"SOUL MADE VISIBLE is proud to be joining MEI Records," said vocalist Bryan Cullen. "They're an up-and-coming label that's already developing a strong base of diverse and exciting new bands and we feel they understand our focus and artistic vision. MEI shares our belief in how a label and a band should work together to achieve success for everyone involved."

Formed in 2002, SOUL MADE VISIBLE has proven to be a solid force in modern metal, earning sponsorships from Jägermeister and Spector Guitars and booking supporting spots for for major acts such as DISTURBED, FILTER, SOULFLY, and THROWDOWN.

SOUL MADE VISIBLE is currently in rotation on Music Choice and playing shows throughout New England.

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