Fozzy, the band featuring former WWE wrestling superstar Chris Jericho, has inked a new major label record deal with Sony Music. The group’s last three albums — 2012’s Sin And Bones, 2014’s Do You Wanna Start A War and 2017’s Judas — were released through independent label Century Media. Jericho announced Fozzy’s new deal in a Twitter video Wednesday night (April 3rd), saying, “All right, guys. It’s a big night. After seven records, Fozzy is now signing a new deal with Sony Music. How cool is that? I mean, it doesn’t get any bigger than that. Thanks to all of you guys who helped us get to this point, signing with Sony. And I’m gonna do it right in front of you right here right now.” Jericho added in an accompanying message: “So honored and thanks to all of the #FozzyFanatics WORLDWIDE! Our next record is going to be HUGE!” Judas, Fozzy’s seventh studio album, was a commercial breakthrough and yielded a Top Five rock radio hit in the title track. The group is currently working on the follow-up.