The Stranger: “Rad Local Band, Monogamy Party, Signs to Good to Die Records”

The Stranger’s Megan Seling had this to say concerning today’s Monogamy Party signing announcement on Line Out

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I’ve been wanting local heavy rock band Monogamy Party to officially release something since I first heard them earlier this year (I can only listen to the same few demos and watch the same YouTube clips so many times, you know?). It is SO EXCITING to see today’s news: the band has signed to Good to Die Records, a Seattle label that’s also working with Sandrider and Absolute Monarchs. (Good to Die was founded by Nik Christofferson, who runs the blog Seattle Rock Guy—the man’s got good taste.)

Monogamy Party’s debut EP, Pus City, will be released on 10″ vinyl in November. Just in time for the holidays! You can get a preview via their BandCamp page.

That is rad news. Congrats, dudes!

Here’s the link to the real thing:

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