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Badd Energy Announce New Album And Show

Badd Energy Announce New Album And Show
Get ready for the unveiling of Underwater Pyramids, the latest album from noize quartet Badd Energy.

Underwater Pyramids the band's (Coco Solid, Sam Moore, Trixie Darko and J.Suave) second album is set for release on March 15. The album, out through Flying Nun Records, will be available on 12” LP, CD and download.

Here is a peek at the album cover by artists Eli Orzessek, and the band have just announced two album release shows playing with Thom Burton. Plus, this will be the first chance to get your hands on copy of the vinyl.

On Friday March 9 Badd Energy play Puppies in Wellington and head to Auckland the following week for a release show at Cassette Nine on Friday March 15.

BADD ENERGY – UNDERWATER PYRAMIDS
OUT MARCH 15

March 9: BADD ENERGY w/ YUCKY BOYS + FREAK MAGNET at Puppies, Wellington. $10 entry

March 15: BADD ENERGY w/ MELTING POT MASSACRE + TRUST PUNKS at Cassette 9, Auckland. $10 entry.


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