Music For Nations: 'We don't just want to be known as a reissues label'

Murray Stassen

Following the relaunch of metal label Music For Nations earlier this year, label consultant Joel De’ath told Music Week that he plans to sign new bands and that he doesn’t want it to be known solely as a reissues label.

Music For Nations is returning this year after a decade of inactivity.

It was set up in 1983 by former Secret Records Boss Martin Hooker but stopped operating in around 2004 having licensed and released records by the likes ...

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