DEAD LABEL Teams with PledgeMusic for “Throne of Bones” Album Launch

DEAD LABEL is already renowned as a force to be reckoned with across the pond and is poised to take the world by storm with the release of their new album, Throne of Bones.

The band is currently recovering from a blistering summer that only proves their prowess – including a tour of eastern European countries Czech (Aggressive Music Festival), Poland, Slovakia and Hungary, a 10,000+ attendee performance at Bloodstock UK, and two sold-out shows with Gojira in Belfast and Dublin.
Now, the band is pleased to announce their new partnership with PledgeMusic – bringing you the pre-order for their upcoming album, Throne of Bones, out early 2016 via Nuerra Records! Learn more, pre-order, and watch a special DEAD LABEL PledgeMusic campaign video here:
Each pre-order comes with a free download of the band’s single, “Salvation in Sacrifice”. Check out the video for “Salvation In Sacrifice” here – powerful, visually impactful and focusing on the attack of DEAD LABEL’s live performances, this three-minute slab of riffs and roars tells you everything you need to know about Throne Of Bones:
What sets the Throne of Bones pre-order apart from the rest is their limited edition signed, numbered album cover prints, graciously provided by cover artist Ken Adams. 50 high-quality prints of the album’s concept art are up for grabs for just $50 with your digital album pre-order! Other items include signed albums, t-shirts, a disposable camera full of unique band photos, a signed drumhead, and more.

"It has been fantastic to work with DEAD LABEL using the ins and outs of the PledgeMusic platform,” says PledgeMusic’s Benji Rogers. “Bringing everyone into the music creation process gives their fans an opportunity to purchase unique, band related collectors items making the experience fresh to both the fan and DEAD LABEL.”

Throne of Bones was recorded at East/West Studios in Hollywood, CA with head engineer Chris Rakestraw (Megadeth, Children of Bodom). With this album, established DEAD LABEL fans will enjoy the combination of progression into new musical territory while sticking fast to the super-heavy formula that gained the trio so much attention when they first broke out with Sense Of Slaughter.

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