SOURCE: Pop/Rock Band Symmetry

October 29, 2013 17:01 ET

Driven by the High Octane Vision of Jared Hara -- the First Blind Guitarist to Be Accepted at Musicians Institute -- L.A.-Based Progressive Pop/Rockers Symmetry Sign a Deal for Their Full-Length Debut 'Frozen in Time' With U.K.-Based International Label Self Made Records

LOS ANGELES, LA--(Marketwired - Oct 29, 2013) - A year after winning Best Rock Song of the Year ("When Will It End") at the 2012 Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMA), the inspirational story of blind guitarist Jared Hara (www.jaredhara.com) that was captured in a touching HBO Documentary -- the first blind guitarist to be accepted at Musicians Institute -- and his critically-acclaimed progressive pop/rock band Symmetry hits another peak with their signing to the British based label Self Made Records.

Self Made Records, established in the U.K. in 2011 as an international DIY label and based in Nottingham, England, will be releasing Symmetry's full-length debut album Frozen In Time (produced by James Paul Wisner, renowned for his work with Dashboard Confessional and Paramore) worldwide next year.

Gearing up for the rollout of Frozen In Time, Self Made Records will include the Symmetry track "Back Home" on the Self Made Sampler 2.0. and promote the single to radio while doing various other merchandise giveaway promotions in both the U.S. and U.K. 

Peter Bowers, CEO, Self Made Records USA, says, "We are honored to have such a dynamic, and inspiring group of guys become part of the Self Made Records family as the first band signed to the label from the USA."

Symmetry and their fans will start their celebration in Los Angeles with two upcoming shows at the Whisky A Go Go (November 7) and The Roxy (November 21).

Hara formed Symmetry with fellow MI student Mike Campbell, who is his co-writer and the band's frontman. The group scored big out of the box in 2012 with their five track EP Zelodius, which included "When Will It End." Symmetry's other band members include bassist Will Weiner and drummer Max D'Anda.

In addition to breaking ground and captivating audiences at L.A. hotspots like House of Blues and The Viper Room, Symmetry premiered the tracks of Zelodius on college radio stations in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Symmetry also made Music Connection Magazine's list of 100 Best Bands of 2012.

Contact Information

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    Chrissy Sutphin
    LUCK Media & Marketing
    818-232-4175