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Hey everyone, it's been awhile. We have been busy putting together our new releases as well as keeping our website up to date!

 

Here is what is on tap if you hadn't heard already

AVAILABLE NOW

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ORACLE - Desolate Kings: The Oracle Anthology

 

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WIDOW - Midnight Strikes...Twice! (Deluxe Edition)

 

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CASANOVA - Casanova (Deluxe Edition)

 

7/13/10

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CRO-MAGS - Alpha Omega

 

8/10/10

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COLOSSUS - Drunk On Blood*

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LINE OF FIRE - Momentum*

 

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LINE OF FIRE - Line Of Fire (Deluxe Editon) [Remixed/Remastered]

9/14/10

CASANOVA - One Night Stand (Deluxe Edition)

 

* Released via Tribunal Records/Divebomb Records because it's a current band, but we feel our loyal Divebomb Records fans will dig them!

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Is Line of Fire - Momentum a brand new album. How does it compare to the debut? I only got the debut recently and I'm really enjoying it. AOR fans should check it out if they haven't already.

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Is Line of Fire - Momentum a brand new album. How does it compare to the debut? I only got the debut recently and I'm really enjoying it. AOR fans should check it out if they haven't already.

 

yes it's their long delayed second album. if you want my completely biased, but honest opinion. it blows away the first album.

 

you can preview a track here. OBSESSION MP3

 

on monday we begin airing Momentum webisodes in which the band discusses various aspect of it's creation. you will be able to view on our website, facebook and you tube pages.

glad you dig the first album it is great as well.

 

matt

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Is Line of Fire - Momentum a brand new album. How does it compare to the debut? I only got the debut recently and I'm really enjoying it. AOR fans should check it out if they haven't already.

 

yes it's their long delayed second album. if you want my completely biased, but honest opinion. it blows away the first album.

 

you can preview a track here. OBSESSION MP3

 

on monday we begin airing Momentum webisodes in which the band discusses various aspect of it's creation. you will be able to view on our website, facebook and you tube pages.

glad you dig the first album it is great as well.

 

matt

 

Cool, looking forward to checking it out.

Cheers.

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Looking forward to the new LINE OF Fire as well ! Loved the debut ! :guitbannana:

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