Razor & Tie has announced the signing of hard rockers DEVOUR THE DAY to a worldwide deal. The band is currently in the studio with producer Dan Korneff (PARAMORE, LAMB OF GOD, MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE, PAPA ROACH) working on its new album for a late 2015 release.

DEVOUR THE DAY continues to have a stronghold at rock radio with the band's current single, "Faith", just cracking the Top 20 at Active Rock this week and #23 at Mainstream Rock.

DEVOUR THE DAY will tour this summer with THREE DAYS GRACE starting June 21 through July 30.

Joey Chicago and Blake Allison of DEVOUR THE DAY comment, "Everyone in the DEVOUR THE DAY family is so elated at the opportunity to join the Razor & Tie roster.

"We are thrilled to have the chance to move forward with an exceptional team behind us.

"We feel Razor & Tie will do their best to support us as a functioning and successful business, but more importantly as artists.

"This relationship allows us to continue to be as honest creatively as we have always been, but also takes it a step further in our hope to reach and influence as many people worldwide with our music."

DEVOUR THE DAY's debut album, "Time & Pressure", came out in 2014 and has sold over 20,000 copies so far. The band is a mainstay at rock radio with several songs charting in the Top 25 at Active Rock, including "Good Man", which hit the Top 10 and sold over 100,000 singles.

DEVOUR THE DAY has toured with such acts as IN THIS MOMENT, HELLYEAH, SEVENDUST and THREE DAYS GRACE has played a number of festivals, including Rock On The Range, Carolina Rebellion, Rocklahoma and Welcome To Rockville.

DEVOUR THE DAY is managed by David Cash of Fat Lady Music and represented for touring by Bryan Vastano of The Agency Group.


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