February 18, 2007

Destroy All Records Entertainment has announced the signing of the gothic hard rock band VITALY from Firenze, Italy. The band, which is known for blending romantic dark music with beautiful guitar licks and deep sensual vocals, will release its debut CD, "Diva", in May. The "Diva" album will start out as a digital-download-only product, to be followed weeks later by a regular release distributed by BCD Music Group to all major stores in the United States and Canada and to digital media outlets worldwide.

Commented Destroy All Records Entertainment president Brad Preston: "VITALY fulfills another area of the label that we have been looking for some time and we are glad to have this excellent band on our label."

VITALY is the first European signing for Destroy All Records.

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