Trustkill Records has announced the signing of Too Pure To Die to their family of artists. The Des Moines based band has been building up momentum over the past few years including their full-length release "Confidence And Consequence" (Sumerian Records, 2006). The band has also been touring non-stop over the past year with full U.S. and Canadian runs alongside such bands at August Burns Red, Misery Signals, Sworn Enemy, Caliban, Kataklysm and The Acacia Strain.
They are about to start another full U.S. run with All That Remains this September running through October.
Since the band released "Confidence And Consequence" they have added Paul Zurlo (previously of Beyond All Reason) on vocals. The band is rounded out by Jordan Peterson (guitar) Chris Towning (bass), Zach Johnson (guitar) and Kyle Rossi (drums).
Speaking on the signing to Trustkill, Peterson proclaims:
"When I started this band one of my original goals was to be on Trustkill, I don't think we could make a better move than by joining forces."
Trustkill President, Josh Grabelle echoes the sentiments by saying: "There are some bands that get together and expect the world handed to them on a silver platter. Not Too Pure To Die. These guys get out there and DO what other bands TALK about doing, they're running circles around most bands. I went and saw them play live with new singer Paul and was floored, they killed it. We are super excited to see what the future holds for TPTD!"
Currently the band is holed up in the recording studio working on re-recording "Confidence And Consequence" with new vocals from Paul and a previously unreleased track. The label aims to release the new version at the end of November. Too Pure To Die are also working on new material for their next album to surface in Summer 2008.