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Tuesday 1st July 2003

Hard rockers Kosher recruit new members and sign to a record label to guarantee them mainstream chart success.

RENOWNED Welsh hard music band Kosher have announced their new line up and a major record deal which will put them into mainstream outlets. Joining the band, fronted by singer/rapper Mo Sullivan, is DJ John Lewis, also known as The Sasquatch of well-known hip-hop crew Optimus Prime, and guitarist Mike Spear who returns to Kosher after a year away from the group.

Kosher are about to sign a contract with Steel Works Records, previously known as 3 Days Dead Records, a hard music company under the Universal Music umbrella. The group are putting the finishing touches to their new album, which was previously announced as being 'Fahrenheit 451' but is now to be called 'Rezzurekt'. Said Mo Sullivan, "Many people thought Kosher was finished towards last year. I like what it says in Matthew 12:20, 'A smouldering flax he will not put out.' Rezzurekt will set the record straight and clearly define our state of heart."

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