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Worldview signs with Ulterium

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Official Ulterium Records Press Release:Ulterium Records are proud to announce the signing of the US melodic metal band WORLDVIEW to the label. Their debut album “The Chosen Few” will be released during spring 2014. More details will be announced during the coming months.

Formed in Los Angeles and comprised of ex-members from bands like Deliverance, Recon, Sacred Warrior and Vengeance, WORLDVIEW members are:

Rey Parra – Lead Vocals
George Rene Ochoa – Guitars, BGV, Keyboards
Johnny Gonzales – Drums
Todd Libby – Bass guitar, Keyboards
Ray Vidal – Guitars, BGV

The band-mates had always talked about at some point joining forces as they criss-crossed the country on tour with their earlier bands and finally the time has come and WORLDVIEW is ready to bring their unique blend of top-notch modern melodic metal with a message to the masses. Mildly technical, highly melodic, vocally harmonized, engaging, head pounding and fist pumping.

For more information
Worldview on facebook: www.facebook.com/worldviewmetal
Ulterium Records: www.ulterium-records.com

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