EULOGY RECORDINGS Signs North American Distribution Deal With RED

April 1, 2008

Eulogy Recordings and Hand Of Hope Records today announced that RED Distribution is their exclusive physical and digital distributor for North America.

Eulogy Recordings was formed in the late '90s. Eulogy is well known for playing a very important role in the careers of NEW FOUND GLORY, DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL, UNEARTH, WALLS OF JERICHO, BURY YOUR DEAD, EVERGREEN TERRACE and THE WARRIORS. Eulogy's current diverse roster includes San Francisco's pop-punk stars SET YOUR GOALS, Philadelphia's TURMOIL and Miami's THICK AS BLOOD, to name a few. Going forward, Hand Of Hope Records which is part of Eulogy will focus on digital only releases from a number of different artists both established and new.

"After many years of developing a relationship with Alan Becker and the RED staff, we decided the time was right to partner with RED Distribution," said John Wylie, owner of Eulogy Recordings. "Eulogy and Hand Of Hope are a great fit with RED and we look forward to continuing to grow the labels with RED's help in a time where many in the music industry are closing their doors. Thanks to Bob Morelli and everyone at RED for this exciting opportunity. RED is clearly the leader in independent music distribution and artist development."

Alan Becker, Senior Vice President, Product Development of RED Distribution comments, "We are excited to welcome John Wylie and Eulogy Recordings to RED Distribution. Like other great hard rock indie labels and to its many fans, Eulogy is not just a record company, Eulogy is a lifestyle brand. Eulogy consistently delivers uncompromising A&R and vision done with taste and utmost respect for its audience. Eulogy is poised for great things and we can't wait to get busy with them."

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