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Devils Elbow: New EP & Release Shows 2012, FREE EP Download


Devils Elbow | New EP & Release Shows 2012, FREE EP Download

Alt. country punk rock band Devils Elbow return with their first new recorded material since their acclaimed 2010 debut album Sand On Chrome. To celebrate the band is playing a handful of release shows before the year is out.

Broken Record Syndrome is an 8-track EP (or a single with 7 ‘B-sides’), it contains a mix of new and not so new material recorded at various times through 2011-2012 and features the first recorded appearances from new band members (Ben Lee, bass/vocals and Adam Lamberg, Drums) as well a number of guest musicians.

The title track itself was mixed by Nick Poortman (Sade, Pluto, Napalm Death) and serves as the first single release from the bands forthcoming second album ‘Absolute Domain’ which is currently being completed and is to be released in 2013.

The EP is out November 12 on iTunes & Amplifier. CD copies (including download) available at shows and the bands official store: www.devilselbowofficial.bandcamp.com here the EP will be available as a FREE download for a limited time.

DEVILS ELBOW:
Alec Withers – Vocals, Guitars
Ben Lee – Bass, Vocals
Adam Lamberg – Drums

Broken Record Syndrome, EP Release 2012
December 8 @ Bodega (Burgundy Room), Wellington
December 22 @ The Thirsty Dog, Auckland
December 28 @ The Cabana, Napier
All shows $10, Door Sales Only, 8:30pm
+ Guests TBC
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/364636720290700/

Also appearing:
December 1 @ Sanctuary Sounds Festival 2012, Pukehou, CHB
Links:
www.devilselbow.tk
www.facebook.com/devilselbowofficial

www.facebook.com/hityourheadmusic
www.youtube.com/hityourheadmusictv
www.hityourheadmusic.bandcamp.com


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