Insidiae recently signed with the Big Bad Wolf Records label. The owner of the label, Tamme Oosterhof, and Insidiae are no strangers to each other, they have worked together on the Frisian Metal Massacre project in the past and Tamme has been a driving force behind arranging several gigs, and the like for, Insidiae.
Insidiae's new record “Where Demons Dare” is Big Bad Wolf's first official release on CD and hopefully not the last!
Tamme Oosterhof: “I am of the opinion that we can give a boost to the Frisian metal scene and I would like to be part of that. I've a record/CD store and my label has been going on for a little while, after the Frisian Metal Massacre project a light went on in my head and I thought: “Hey, this could be done differently.” And with different, I mean I want more. That is why I attached my name to a bonafide label. I knew Insidiae was in process of making a full-length CD, so I approached the band, met with them and made them an offer. That and, personally, I really like the music, which is quite important as well and I want to support and help them where I can. After a few sit-downs the band agreed and now the first release is on its way. Amazing, isn't it?” Said Tamme Oosterhof.
Insidiae: “We have known Tamme and his label for quite some time now and we have made use of his services on several occasions. With Tamme we know exactly who is joining the Insidiae group and that is why we didn't have to think long on his offer. Big Bad Wolf Records is a small label but we are convinced that teaming-up with Tamme will have a bright future in store for the both of us. We are looking forward to working with the label and we can't wait to get started!” Said Insidiae.
Insidiae is planning to officially release their first album via Big Bad Wolf Records at the end of June, beginning of July.
Insidiae would also like to state that they are part of Layered Reality Productions and Metalization. These are organisations that help promote bands and gives the bands the option to promote themselves via these organisations. In order to promote itself, Insidiae would like to take advantage of these services.