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Friday, October 7, 2005 - Survivor signs with Frontiers Records
Frontiers Records welcomes legendary rock band Survivor for the release of a brand new studio album in the spring of 2006!

The story of Survivor began in the cold winter of 1977 under the initiative of Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik, but only three albums and five years later this name became well-known all over the world, when the band composed "Eye of the Tiger" for the movie "Rocky III" with Sylvester Stallone, which went on to win the Grammy Award and to hit # 1 of the charts in many countries.

"The fans can expect us to stay true to who and what we are", says Sullivan. "There is no plan to change the Survivor sound. There is no what I call "target" writing or any attempt to make a 2005 "hip" version of Survivor. I believe one must be true to themselves. Our fans can expect the Survivor they have come to know and love during the years". The band is currently busy in the recording studio working hard on the new material. Some of the song titles set to make it to the album include: "Fire Makes Steel", "One More Chance", "Give Me The Word" and "Seconds Away".

Survivor is also planning some live appearances in Europe to coincide with the release of the record. "Nothing makes this band happier than to play live" explains Sullivan, who finally concludes "We thank all our fans, from the bottom of our hearts, for being there with us. Now, are you ready to rock.

Go here for the full press release.
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