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FRENZAL RHOMB announce NZ dates!

FRENZAL RHOMB announce NZ dates!

Those bloody Australian controversial, political, hilarious, radical, punk rockers *FRENZAL RHOMB* have finally finished their new album* SMOKO AT THE PET FOOD FACTORY* in Fort Collins Colorado, with *Descendents' Bill Stevenson* standing watch as producer! *Bill's* famous punk rock studio operates within the grounds of his large pet food factory; processing gristle, fillers and connective tissue into extruded, rolled and pressed pet chunks. The process of living, recording and especially sleeping within such an environment was confronting for the 4 vegetarian members of *Frenzal Rhomb*!

*SMOKO AT THE PET FOOD FACTORY* features 16 tracks, including one near the end about world famous bass player *Karl Alvarez (Decendents)*, nestled comfortably in-between are songs about cockroaches, goths, racists, rapists, bird attacks and heaps of ciggies.

*FRENZAL RHOMB’S* album launch tour happens in NZ this October; with support from Aussie’s melodic punks *THE TEARAWAYS* and New Zealands own heavy hitting *SHITRIPPER…*

*SMOKO AT THE PETFOOD FACTORY is released August 22nd on Shock Records.*

*Bodega, **Wellington** **Friday 28th October*

Tickets on sale Thursday 25th August from, Slowboat Wellington & Bodega

*King Arms, **Auckland** * *Saturday 29th October*

Tickets on sale Thursday 25th August from & Real Groovy Auckland


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