With this publishing agreement, we have taken another huge step toward meeting one of our goals as a band and as songwriters
Sacramento, Calif. (PRWEB) August 13, 2009
Sacramento-based original rock band Crash the Machine announced that is has signed an exclusive music publishing deal with Bozang Incorporated for all the songs on the band's self-titled album, which was recorded, mixed and produced by Tomas Costanza. Terms of the publishing deal were not disclosed.
"With this publishing agreement, we have taken another huge step toward meeting one of our goals as a band and as songwriters," said Eric Murray with Crash the Machine. "Bozang will help us get in front of music industry leaders and have our songs placed in movies, television programs, video games and new media applications."
Music supervisors and other parties interested in clearance of Crash the Machine music for placement can address inquiries to: placements (at) crashthemachine (dot) com.
Crash the Machine's press kit is available at http://www.sonicbids.com/crashthemachine.
About Crash the Machine
This Sacramento, California rock band has a global fan base representing more than 35 countries and every U.S. state. Don't know us and wonder what we sound like? Think of Jimmy Eat World's tour bus colliding with the Foo Fighters' on their way to a War-era U2 concert. Songs from their first full-length release, 4 a.m., and their recent self-titled album are receiving air play at college, Internet and broadcast radio stations around the world. Visit us online at http://www.myspace.com/crashthemachine or http://www.crashthemachine.com.