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Alteras Sign with Revival Recordings and Debut New Music Video


Youngstown, OH quintet Alteras has recently inked a deal with Revival Recordings (owned by Shawn Milke of Alesana). The band will make their label debut with the new full-length Grief, out on August 5th.

Encompassing the emotion of grief in this concept album was enlightening to say in the least,” says vocalist Jacob Clasen. “‘Could Ever Love’ hits some of the most relatable grieving points and is definitely one of our favorites on the record. We’re incredibly humbled and exhilarated to be sharing ‘Grief’ with you all alongside our new record label and family, Revival Recordings!”

Grief was recorded and produced by Nick Ingram (For Today, Dayseeker, Jay Z) at Capital House Studios in Columbus, Ohio. Pre-orders are available via MerchNow.

Revival is proud to welcome Alteras to our family of artists,” says label founder Shawn Milke. “The band has a conceptual, passionate and creative vision that couples perfectly with the culture and community that we are building. We thank Alteras for inviting us along on their journey.

Grief Cover

7/24 Kent, OH The Outpost
7/25 Buffalo, NY Mohawk Place
7/26 Kittanning, PA Radioactive Events Center
7/27 Detroit, MI The Ritz
7/28 Mansfield, OH 4th Street Bar
7/29 Nashville, TN Rocketown
7/30 Marietta, GA Swayze’s

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About Bryan Joe Corder (2058 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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