Twicebroken has been a part of the Texoma music scene for about five years, and during that time they’ve put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into their craft. Not only have they played in Wichita Falls, they’ve taken their music to Dallas and beyond and even shot a music video for their song "Already Gone."  Their self-titled debut album, Twicbroken, is available for download on iTunes, and they’ve recently taken on a new manager in their quest for being signed with a record deal.

The band stopped into the Buzz studio today to make an announcement. Aaron Mullin, Bryan Crowe, Nick Knowles, and Jessie Brashear were in, along with their manager, David Meyer, on the phone. David is the president of DMI Entertainment, and he broke the news that Twicebroken has signed with RMG/Capitol/EMI with a record deal.

Getting signed is just the first step in what will be a lot of hard to work. Aaron told me that in a way it feels like they're starting over again, and that having the deal in place doesn't guarantee success. They plan to be in the studio later this year to record their next album, which will hopefully hit stores late in 2012 or early 2013.

Twicebroken will be on tour starting in July, and their travels will take them across the country. You can get more info and tour dates on their website.

Listen to my interview with Twicebroken about their new record deal: