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The Contortionist’s New Album to Be Produced by Unearth’s Ken Susi

Good Fight continues to populate its roster. Indianapolis-based the Contortionist have signed to the new label, run by Carl Severson, formerly of Ferret fame. The band caught Good Fight’s eye not by twisting their bodies like pretzels, as their name might indicate, but through lots of touring and two self-released EPs.

Unearth guitarist Ken Susi will man the boards for the Contortionist’s debut full-length, which will be recorded in the coming months. Susi has gone on record, saying that the band “is truly an original band, from the overall look, sound and structure of the songs.”

The album is due out in mid-to-late summer and will be preceded by lots and lots of touring.

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