Roxx Productions has announced that they have officially signed two new artists to their business roster: HOLY SOLDIER and RIVERA BOMMA.

HOLY SOLDIER are currently putting the finishing touches on their much-anticipated DVD, "Holy Soldier – Live, Rare and Raw". The disc will contain tons of archive stuff for the faithful fans as well as some newly recorded versions of some classic songs featuring new vocalist Don Russell, plus other classic performances from some of the other artists that played at the Roxx Productions event Up From The Ashes, including NEON CROSS, LAUDAMUS, ONCE DEAD and more. In addition to this, HOLY SOLDIER are currently writing and demoing new material and will be officially unleashing some new tunes this summer as part of an official tour.

RIVERA BOMMA will be releasing their new album, "I Am God", on February 10 in Europe and Japan via Mausoleum Records. The CD will be made available in the U.S. on January 31 via The End Records online. Both artists are scheduled to appear this summer at Sonshine Festival along with another Roxx Productions act, ONCE DEAD.


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