Uppsala, Sweden-based classic rock band STALLION FOUR has inked a deal with Pure Rock Records (a division of Pure Steel Records). The group's debut album will be released soon.

Commented the label: "STALLION FOUR are one of the hottest newcomers of powering hard rock/metal. The boys from Sweden convince with their totally energetic debut. Not only us! Check it out and be suprised! We love this fuckin great mixture from hell."

STALLION FOUR's video for the song "Madness", which will appear on the band's upcoming CD, can be seen below.

Formed as a four-piece act in mid-2008, STALLION FOUR has recorded and released three demos and a vinyl seven-inch single, "Devil In Me", through the independent label S.M.P. Records in June 2009. In November 2010, guitarist Markus Berg joined the band to complete the lineup and the sound of STALLION FOUR.


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