FRONTIERS RECORDS Opens U.S. Office And Secures New Distribution Deal

Frontiers Records, Europe's premier label for melodic, progressive, and hard rock, has secured an exclusive North American distribution deal with Super D Independent Distribution (SDID).

The first four releases — JEFF SCOTT SOTO (JSS), JIMI JAMISON, WETTON/DOWNES' ICON, and WHITE LION — will arrive on April 7, followed by several additional titles each month.

"Frontiers has built a reputation as the top label for melodic and progressive rock," said Bryan Mechutan, U.S. label manager. "We are excited to finally have a domestic office and solid North American distribution. In addition to making titles more readily available to fans, we are looking forward opportunity to grow and expand Frontiers."

Frontiers has hired Skateboard Marketing to handle radio promotion and Mazur Public Relations for publicity.

Frontiers Records is synonymous with quality melodic music in the rock, progressive, and metal genres. With over 400 records under its belt and chart success in all the core markets of Europe and Asia, Frontiers has become the European home of rock music greats such as JOURNEY, STYX, TOTO, NIGHT RANGER, WINGER, DOKKEN, WHITE LION, and many more. With the strategic move to open a US office and ink a direct distribution deal with Super D, Frontiers is now looking to increase the success story that started 12 years ago in a small room in Naples, Italy, under the initiative of the label's president Serafino Perugino.

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