Municipal waste completes work on new album


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Municipal Waste has announced that they have completed work on their next studio album and will release it next year under their renewed deal with Nuclear Blast Records.

Tony Foresta had this to say about the renewed contract: “When we were asked to re-sign to Nuclear Blast, only 2 words came to mind…no brainer! Having such a long history with an incredible label that has been nothing but support it’s an easy decision on our part.

“We look forward to many more records and even more years with The Blast!!! And a special thank you to everyone in the warehouse and offices everywhere for agreeing to stick it out with us for the years to come. come in. Health NB and waste!”

Ryan Waste said: “We couldn’t think of a more appropriate place for waste than our radioactive family at Nuclear Blast. They’ve always given us complete creative freedom and challenged us to push it to the limit with our deranged ideas. As the music industry changes with the times, we believe our vision remains unfazed by trends and our label supports us wholeheartedly.”

Land Phil also said, “I think it’s safe to say that working with Nuclear Blast has been a pleasure from start to finish. Moving forward with them hasn’t been easy, it’s also a privilege to be on the same label as many of the other fantastic bands! I can’t wait to bring more music to the world with Nuclear Blast!”

Dave Witte added: “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, you know? I’m so glad we extended our relationship with Nuclear Blast. They understand what we are and it was a no brainer to re – Their dedication to metal combined with the history of the brand make NB the perfect home for us – (drummer)

Nuclear Blast USA General Manager Gerardo Martinez also had this to say:
“Time flies when you’re having fun! I remember signing the band ten years ago and having the greatest feeling as we had been friends for a while.

The fact that ten years later we are renewing our partnership is just a true testament to the band’s dedication and level of bad affirmation they have in continuing to deliver amazing music for all of us, their fans.

“Nuclear Blast is proud to continue the path we both created… Here’s to at least 100 more years together!”

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