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From The Fire is proud to announce that they have signed a pressing and distribution agreement with Lions Pride Music, headed up by Carsten Nielsen, in anticipation of the release of their next album, "OctOpus", due out in early fourth-quarter 2016.

The album will continue the band's pop-oriented melodic rock tradition, with new members Jenn Quereau, Gannett Reis, and Kenny Kaufman appearing both on the disc, and in the band's live performances slated for later in the summer.

"We're extremely proud to sign with Lions Pride", says lead singer/founding member J.D. Kelly. "The label is a respected outlet for a lot of very good bands, and we got along with Carsten immediately."

Tommy Lafferty, lead guitarist and also a founding member of the group, agrees. "Carsten has the same energy and positive feelings we have for the band, and his vision for the album, our history, and our music, is one we all share."

In addition to the newer release, Lions Pride will re-release FTF's sophomore effort, "Evil Men Do", a collection that marked the end of a twenty-year-plus recording and performing hiatus for the New York-based group when it was released to the crowds at the Nottingham (UK) "Firefest" in 2014.

"Evil Men Do" was a great album, but it never got proper distribution, and that's our own fault", says Kelly, "because we thought we could do all the work ourselves. With Carsten and Lions Pride in our corner, we know that there's someone always working on our behalf, behind the scenes, to help us get the music to our fans."

Nielsen and the band promise that there will be additional tracks, possibly including live recordings, as well as better packaging on the disc when arrives sometime in 2017.

"We couldn't be happier", says Kelly, "and we wouldn't be in this amazing place in our musical adventure if it wasn't for a couple of guys - Steve Marder and Mark Levine - who first saw the band and gave us our very first break."

Lafferty concurs: "Metropolis Records believed in us, all those years ago, and we'll always love those guys for it."

The band hopes to have a single, perhaps two, out this summer as a lead-in to the album release.

 

 

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