Black Crown Initiate have announced that they will release their eOne Music debut album this September. Wreckage of the Stars will be out on September 30th and was recorded at Atrium Audio with producer Carson Slovak (August Burns Red, Rivers Of Nihil).
Full press release below.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 28, 2014
BLACK CROWN INITIATE ANNOUNCE NEW LP
THE WRECKAGE OF STARS AVAILABLE 9/30/14
SUMMER SLAUGHTER CANADIAN DATES START SOON!
(New York, NY) – PA metal natives BLACK CROWN INITIATE have announced their debut LP titled The Wreckage Of Stars, due out September 30, 2014 via eOne Music. The band signed their brand new label deal earlier this summer and have since been hitting the road hard with acts like SEPTIC FLESH and FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE. The band will be participating on the all new SUMMER SLAUGHTER TOUR: THE CANADA CLUB TOUR 2014 with THE FACELESS. Click here for all dates.
With the band playing their first show less than a year ago, things are moving fast for Black Crown Initiate. “We started this band with absolutely no clue how far it would take us,” says guitarist Andy Thomas. “It has been an amazing time, as of today, we can honestly say that we are starting a new chapter in our careers; one that will afford us opportunities that we never imagined. We are absolutely honored to be part of the eOne family.”
Black Crown Initiate, or commonly referred as BCI, is firmly planted at Atrium Audio, (August Burns Red, Rivers of Nihil) working with producer Carson Slovak on their debut LP. The effort will be the follow up to the critically acclaimed Song of the Crippled Bull EP they released last year. The band managed to get the attention and more than a few nods in the press, most notably landing on the “Albums That Will #[email protected]&%*! Your Face Off in 2014” list released by Metal Sucks throughout the year. They touted the EP as a “rare beast that’ll both catch your ear on first listen and keep getting better and better each time.”
If you’re not familiar with BCI, make sure to check out their debut EP in full.