Madison Line Records Signs Post-Hardcore Band Eleutheria

(MEMPHIS, TN) – Visible Music College’s affiliated label Madison Line Records has announced its latest signing, welcoming to its roster post-hardcore/metalcore band Eleutheria.

Eleutheria – the band takes its name from an ancient Greek term meaning freedom – formed at Visible Music College in 2012 and was first heard on a Madison Line release in 2014 with their outside-the-box take on a holiday song, “Toyland,” featured on the Rock’n’Roll Christmas companion EP. They’ll share their first full-length effort with the world on May 8 as Madison Line releases Taken at the Flood. The first single, “Break the Waves,” is available now via iTunes and other major digital music retailers.

The band is comprised of Naø Glover on lead vocals, Shekinah Langford on guitar and vocals, Brett LaTorre on bass, Nick Toebbe on guitar and Andrew Witmer on drums.

“Eleutheria rounds out the roster of Madison line records as a heavy rock band with a deep impacting message,” says Ken Steorts, Founder and President of Visible Music College. “We love them and are anxious to work with their complex music.”

Stay tuned to and for Taken at the Flood (May 8).

About Madison Line Records

Madison Line Records is a nonprofit label owned and operated by Visible Music College in Memphis. Visible Music College is a Music and Worship Arts College located in Memphis, Tennessee, started by Ken Steorts, a founding member of the Christian rock band Skillet. The college’s mission statement is to train and equip musicians, technicians, and business professionals in skill and character for effective service in the music industry and in the Church. Visible Music College offers three-year Bachelor’s degrees in the following areas: Music Production Ministry, Modern Music Ministry, and Music Business.

Source- Signal Flow PR \ Madison Line Records


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