Music Industry News Network [09-23-2016]

Halo Askew Entertainment Signs Ex-DeathMaschine And Suture Seven Alumni, Aversion Theory


Kris “Halo” Pierce, owner of Halo Askew Entertainment, came of age dancing to the dark beats of Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly in Florida goth nightclubs in the 90’s. Fast forward twenty years and now Pierce is giving a platform for up-and-coming Industrial bands to showcase their art in the commercial marketplace. Aversion Theory quells his Evil Mothers nostalgia with the upcoming EP, “I Am Broken”, due out October 28, 2016.

“I had fallen down a rabbit hole on ReverbNation and chanced on this sound that peeked my interested, “ explains Pierce. “After doing some research, it turned out they weren’t signed or self publishing in a meaningful way, so I just asked. And Jamie was agreeable.”

Gibson has had stints with DeathMaschine and Suture Seven and the production on “I Am Broken” shows a real, authentic Industrial Rock sound. With a follow up remix EP for the single, “Come Alive” (featuring several remixes by Pierce) in the bag, they are also preparing to give two previous Aversion Theory albums proper commercial releases.

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