In a new update announcement issued by the band’s frontman Chris Fronzack (also known commonly as Fronz) through their Twitter account, controversial metalcore outfit Attila have official become an independent unsigned band, stepping away from their deal with SharpTone Records who put out their last album, ‘Chaos’.
Fronz explains the development in a video issued via Twitter, which you can check out for yourself below.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ‼️ pic.twitter.com/1rZc2lyJwi
— NEW SINGLE OUT NOW! (@ATTILAga) February 13, 2018
“We are officially an unsigned independent artist. This is something really exciting. It’s been a long time in the making.
Basically, every single member of Attila is extremely entrepreneurial and business savvy. We don’t need a label. We don’t need any interference with our music, or the way we choose to release it. We can do everything on our own. We have plenty of connections within this industry to make this happen.
So, this is an exciting new chapter for us, and I think it’s going to be very beneficial to the fans. We can do anything we want. We can record a song right now, release it tonight. There’s really no limits, no boundaries.”
The band have been working hard in the studio recently, presumably putting together their eighth full-length album and follow-up to 2016’s ‘Chaos’, and have a new song on the way along with a mini-documentary about their career thus far.
As per our report a few days ago (here), the forthcoming new song is expected to be named ‘Callout 2’, acting as a sequel to the band’s song featured on their 2013 record ‘About That Life’, and seem to have also already shot a video for it.