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17th March 2011

rise to remain

Rise To Remain have announced that they have signed a worldwide deal with EMI to release their debut album.

The first fruits of this partnership can be heard with the release of a free track titled 'The Serpent' which will be released on March 22nd via the band's official website by clicking here.

On signing to EMI Music, lead singer Austin Dickinson says, "We've had a lot of attention since we formed but wanted to take our time signing a deal so that we could make the album we want to make.

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"We've come out of the studio full of fire and ready to blow everyone away. To sign to EMI, a legendary record company that fully understands what we want to do, is a privilege and we can't wait to get out on the road and give everyone a taste of what we've been up to. 2011 is going to be very exciting indeed!!"

Steve Pritchard, Senior Vice President of EMI Music UK, says, "There's been a lot of talk recently about the death of rock music, seemingly because the singles chart is full of pop acts. But rock and metal has always been about playing live and releasing albums that stand the test of time and the British metal scene is on fire at the moment.

"We're very proud to have signed Rise To Remain, one of the most exciting bands in the UK today who not only make music that sets them apart from their peers in its scope and ambition but have a live power that's unparalleled for a band their age. We look forward to watching them take the world by storm over the next few years."

Rise To Remain head out on tour this month supporting Funeral For A Friend. Dates are as follows:

March 2011

16th – Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
17th – The Tivoli, Buckley
18th – Leisure Centre, Penrith
19th – Bongo Club, Edinburgh
20th – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
22nd – The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
23rd – Academy 2, Birmingham
24th – Academy 3, Manchester
25th – Relentless Garage, London
27th – O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
28th – The Sugarmill, Stoke-On-Trent
29th – Black Flag Music Venue, Wakefield
30th – Live Lounge, Durham

April 2011

1st – Chords, Poole
2nd – Livewire, Saltash
3rd – Wycombe Academy of Music & Art, High Wycombe
5th – Concorde 2, Brighton
6th – Kasbah Nightclub, Coventry
7th – Guildhall, Gloucester
8th – Merton Manor Club, Wimbledon


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