feature: unlocking the truth are trying to get out of their sony deal
By Sound Check
March 17, 2015
Teenage metal band Unlocking The Truth are reportedly trying to get out of their Sony deal. They landed the major-label recording contract last year (worth up to $1.7 million), and the Sony subsidiary The Cherry Party were set to release their long awaited EP. Billboard reports: “Our attorneys are working on our exit from Sony now,” guitarist, songwriter and singer Malcolm Brickhouse said at the March 14 world premiere of Breaking a Monster, a documentary on how the band rose from playing the sidewalks of Times Square to the main stage of Coachella and Vans Warped Tour.” More details have yet to be revealed. You can catch the young rockers at South By South West this week.
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor
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