BEEKEEPER sign with Metal Assault Records

San Diego thrash trio Beekeeper is extremely proud to announce their December 2020 signing with Metal Assault Records.  They have plans to re-release their debut album Slaves to the Nothing on vinyl in early 2021, and will be releasing their sophomore album through Metal Assault Records later that year.  It’s apparent that nothing will stop Beekeeper from achieving their goal of taking the world by swarm!

Share the signing news with this video clip: https://youtu.be/cyR_fPCXpsM

About Beekeeper
Formed in 2010 by guitarist/vocalist Ally Levine and drummer Dylan Marks, San Diego’s Beekeeper is an unstoppable heavy metal force.  These thrash lovers began playing local house shows as a two-piece in 2012, soon joined by bassist Adam Wollach (Fermentor, Trashaxis) in 2013.  The trio was ready to shred and Beekeeper quickly began booking shows with internationally touring acts.

In 2015 Beekeeper recorded their first full length album, Slaves To The Nothing. Since releasing Slaves in the summer of 2017, the band has made three successful tours across the USA each year.
But in the face of 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic, Beekeeper has not let the inability to tour affect their ability to stay active and connect with their fans.  Just this year, they have released a music video, play-through videos, and started their own video podcast Bees Company on their YouTube channel, as well as appeared on many other metal podcasts.

Now the band is excited to announce their signing with Metal Assault Records.  They have plans to re-issue Slaves to the Nothing on vinyl in early 2021, and will be releasing their sophomore album later that year.  It’s apparent that no adversity will stop Beekeeper from achieving their goal of taking the world by swarm!

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