Overkill Debuts ‘Welcome To The Garden State’ Music Video

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Overkill released the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its single ‘Welcome to the Garden State‘ on Friday.  the video’s debut was in celebration of the release of the band’s new album The Wings of War, its 19th full-length studio recording.

Overkill front man Bobby Blitz talked about the video in a recent interview.

“Not before in our video history have we presented something so artistically-seedy,” Blitz said.  “This is due to the brilliant yet twisted vision of the editing room genius, behind-the-camera magic and damn tenacity of Mr. Tommy Jones; a good-standing, card-carrying Jersey boy, who did the band and the state proud.  we had verbalized the story to Tommy who fully got it, and we all created something to be proud of.  So when you visit the Garden State, see or hear something that is different for you and you think, ‘hmmmm, that’s not the way we do it at home,’ remember this: you’re not at home anymore…are you?”

‘Welcome to the Garden State’ is just the latest of the band’s videos released in support of The Wings of War.  It most recently released the video for ‘Head of A Pin,’ and prior to that, ‘Last Man Standing.’

The band has also released a series of videos featuring the band discussing topics, such as the band’s roots, its place in the music industry today and the birth of its “mascot.”  The full list of the band’s discussions is noted below.

Part I: Band Origin & Name
Part IIEarly influences the Genre  
Part IIIEast Coast vs. West Coast
Part IV: Old School Venues & Social Media!
Part V“Hello From The Gutter” music video, & the origins of their symbol: the bat skull (Chaly)
Part VI: Album Out Tomorrow

 

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Overkill is scheduled to launch a tour in support of The Wings of War on Apr. 26 in Baltimore, MD.  The tour, which will feature Death Angel and Act of Defiance as support, is scheduled to run through May 11 in Boston, MA.  The tour’s schedule is noted below.

Confirmed dates for the OVERKILL Wings Over The USA 2019 Tour with DEATH ANGEL & ACT OF DEFIANCE are:

4/25/2019  Sound Stage/ Rams Head  – Baltimore, MD
4/26/2019  Theater of the Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA 
4/27/2019  Rex Theater –  Pittsburgh, PA 
4/28/2019  House of Blues  – Cleveland, OH
4/29/2019  Mercury Ballroom  – Louisville, KY
4/30/2019  St Andrews Hall  – Detroit, MI 
5/01/2019  Intersection  – Grand Rapids, MI 
5/02/2019  House of Blues – Chicago, IL 
5/03/2019  Varsity Theater –  Minneapolis, MN
5/04/2019  The Rave –  Milwaukee, WI
5/05/2019  Delmar Hall  – St Louis, MO
5/06/2019  The Cannery Ballroom  – Nashville, TN      
5/08/2019  Bogarts  – Cincinnati, OH  
5/09/2019  Anthology  – Rochester, NY  
5/10/2019  PlayStation Theater – New York, NY **w/ Life Of Agony
5/11/2019  Paradise – Boston, MA

The Wings of War is available on a variety of platforms, all of which are noted below.

The Wings Of War will be available for purchase in the following formats:

  • CD Digipak
  • CD Digi + T-Shirt + Poster Bundle
  • Green Cassette
  • Grey Vinyl (limited to 1,500)
  • Green with Yellow Splatter vinyl (limited to 500)
Please note that imported items will ship

The full track listing for The Wings of War is noted below.

Below is the track listing for The Wings Of War
1              Last Man Standing
2              Believe In The Fight
3              Head Of A Pin
4              Bat Shit Crazy
5              Distortion
6              A Mother’s Prayer
7              Welcome To The Garden State
8              Where Few Dare To Walk
9              Out On The Road-Kill
10           Hole In My Soul

More information on The Wings of War is available online now along with all of Overkill’s latest news and more at:

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Mortensen, Ali Are Saving Graces For ‘Green Book’

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Universal Pictures’ new human drama Green Book has had made headlines nationwide since its theatrical debut late last year.  From the highs of taking home three Golden Globe ® awards to the controversy over how certain elements of the movie’s story were presented, to the controversy surrounding star Viggo Mortensen’s use of a racial slur soon after the movie’s premier to issues swirling around the movie’s director, Peter Farrelly, and co-writer/producer Nick Vallelonga, over their own past actions, the movie and those involved has gained plenty of positive and negative publicity.  With the movie being nominated for “Best Picture” at this year’s Oscars – which air live tonight on ABC – the movie is still making plenty of headlines, and could make even more if it takes home the Academy of Motion Pictures’ top prize.  Whether the movie takes home the Best Picture statue is up to the Academy voters.  They have plenty to consider, too, not the least of which being the movie’s story.  It will be discussed shortly.  The movie’s pacing poses a bit of a problem, too.  That will be addressed a little later.  The work of the movie’s lead cast couples with the story to make up for the issues raised by the movie’s pacing, making the movie overall worth at least one watch.

Green Book has brought in plenty of gold since making its theatrical debut in November.  The movie about two friends from two completely different backgrounds has also brought in plenty of gold at the awards shows since that time. The question is whether this movie is really that deserving of its awards or even Hollywood’s top prize.  That is due in part to a story, which has been done plenty of times previously in other movies, one of the most notable being the hit 1989 movie Driving Miss Daisy.  That movie saw an elderly Jewish woman (played by Jessica Tandy – Fried Green Tomatoes, Cocoon, Batteries Not Included) becoming friends with her African-American chauffer (played by Morgan Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption, Seven, Invictus) as the pair overcame its racial and cultural differences.  Given, the story takes place over the course of years, but the similarity in the theme and setting is such that a comparison between the story and that of Green Book cannot be ignored.  The only major difference in the two settings is that in the case of Green Book, Tony is the driver while Dr. Shirley takes the place of Tandy.  In other words, the roles have been reversed and set against the backdrop of the civil rights era America, as the pair winds its way through the deep south on Dr. Shirley’s tour.  Other than that, the two movies are almost one in the same.  Driving Miss Daisy is not the only movie to which Green Book can be compared.  Radio and Remember The Titans also follow the standard theme of overcoming cultural differences and boundaries.  Not only that, but just like Green Book, they are also based on actual events.  To that end, this story becomes just one more in a bigger sea of similar flicks, and honestly, not the most memorable story.  Given, maybe this story did stay mostly true to the original story of Tony and Dr. Shirley, thanks to a member of Tony’s immediate family taking a direct role in the movie’s creation, but even with that in mind, it still is not the first time that a movie of this ilk has been released.  To that end, one cannot help but wonder why those movies did not receive the accolades that this movie has garnered, again showing the problem with this movie’s story.

The story at the center of Green Book presents its own share of problems for the movie.  That is because it is hardly the first time that a story of its ilk has been presented to audiences.  It is just one of the problems presented by this movie.  The movie’s pacing presents its own problem.  Green Book’s run time is listed on the back of its box at 2 hours and 10 minutes.  That is about average for movies in Hollywood’s current age.  The problem is that the noted run time feels so much longer than it actually is due to the story’s pacing.  The biggest pacing problem comes as Tony and Dr. Shirley actually hit the road.  The buildup to the trip and the finale movement actually move relatively well, but the trip itself has a tendency to drag.  It feels like Vallelonga, Farrelly and fellow writer Brian Hayes Currie wanted to make a little bit too certain that the story was told as accurately as possible.  While that dedication to staying true to the movie’s source material is to be commended, it clearly caused the movie to feel much longer than it actually was.  The result is that it leaves one checking one’s watch for the time more than once throughout the course of that two-hour-plus run time.  When this is considered alongside the problems caused by the movie’s story, the result is even more doubt as to whether Green Book deserves all of the gold (and green) that it has received.  For all of the problems posed by Green Book, the movie is not a complete loss.  The work of the movie’s lead actors is actually a positive.

Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali make for an enjoyable watch as they portray the real life Tony Lip and Dr. Don Shirley.  As is noted in the bonus behind-the-scenes featurette that is featured in the movie’s upcoming home release – it is scheduled for release on BD/DVD/Digital combo pack on March 12 – Mortensen worked hard to make sure that he got his portrayal as close to the real Tony Lip as possible.  It shows on screen, too, in every interaction with Ali.  Speaking of Ali, his portrayal is just as certain to keep audiences engaged and entertained as that of Mortensen.  Shirley’s gradual change from an aloof, uptight figure to a friendlier, more open individual is so subtle through Ali’s portrayal.  That change is visible as the two men interact throughout the course of the movie, too.  Tony starts to change and grow, too, through the men’s interactions, making the movie’s story at least somewhat bearable despite (again) that noted problematic pacing and again, its all-too-familiar overall story of race relations during the civil rights era.  In general, it is because of the men’s work that this movie is not just another forgettable addition to an already vast array of civil rights-era movies.  Keeping all of this in mind, one cannot help but wonder how or why Green Book has garnered the green and gold that it has received.  Regardless, it is a movie that is worth at least one watch, if only for the work of Mortensen and Ali.

Universal Pictures’ fish-out-of-water drama Green Book is a movie that is worth at the most, one watch.  That is thanks in large part to the work of Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali.  The men’s chemistry on screen and their own performances is really the movie’s only true saving grace.  The movie’s central story is hardly the first of its kind, as it can easily be compared to the likes of Driving Miss Daisy, Radio and Remember The Titans with its civil rights-era backdrop and focus on overcoming cultural diversity.  The story’s pacing also detracts from the story, making the story’s two-hour, 10-minute run time feel closer to three hours.  The bonus material featured in the movie’s upcoming home release does little to help either.  Given, it adds a little bit of insight into the movie’s creation, but honestly little else.  Keeping all of this in mind, Green Book proves to itself not entirely worthy of the Motion Picture Academy’s top gold prize at tonight’s Oscars.  The movie will be available on Blu-ray/DVD/digital combo pack on March 12.  more information on Green Book is available online now at:

 

 

 

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Pricing, Packaging Saves 20th Century Fox’s Latest ‘Lost In Space’ Release

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Early this month, 29th Century Fox re-issued CBS’ classic science fiction action adventure series Lost In Space on DVD.  This new re-issue came a little more than three years after the series’ Blu-ray release, which was also distributed by 20th Century Fox.  It sadly is proof, though, that 20th Century Fox is itself still a little bit lost when it comes to giving this timeless series a fully proper home release.  It is not a total loss, however. The biggest positive of all to this set is its pricing.  This will be discussed shortly.  While the set’s pricing is clearly a positive, the bonus content proves to be a negative, compared to the bonus content presented in the series’ Blu-ray set.  This will be discussed a little later.  While the bonus content proves an issue for this re-issue of Lost in Space’s complete series presentation, it is not enough to make the set unwatchable.  Keeping this in mind, it is really the set’s only true con.  The set’s packaging is another positive to note, again in comparison to the series’ previous Blu-ray release.  Each item noted here is important in its own way to the whole of the set.  All things considered, 20th Century Fox’s new DVD re-issue of Lost in Space: The Complete Series is an improvement over the company’s previous Blu-ray release of the series.

20th Century Fox’s recent re-issue of Lost in Space: The Complete Series is a sign that while the company itself still seems slightly lost on how to finally give fans of the classic series a proper release of the show, it is at least a move in the right direction for the organization.  This is proven in part through the average price point of the series.  The DVD set’s average price point is $29.49.  That is in comparison to the average price point of $74.52 for the Blu-ray set.  The DVD’s price point was a little tricky to pinpoint as the set is not listed on Walmart’s web store, yet it is available in store at Walmart’s brick and mortar stores.  It is however, listed online at the stores for Amazon, Best Buy and Books-A-Million.  The Blu-ray set, which was met with quite a bit of blowback for its packaging – which will be discussed a little later – is listed at the stores at Amazon and Walmart.  The DVD set’s price in store at Walmart is only $19.99.  With tax, that puts the set’s price at just over $20, which is not a bad price at all considering the primary and bonus content presented in the DVD set.  The primary content featured here is the series’ full 83-episode run, complete with previously unaired pilot episode.  That unaired pilot is also included in the set’s BD release.  The bonus content is relatively limited, especially in comparison to the series’ BD set, but the bonus “Lost in Space Forever” featurette is entertaining and enlightening in its own right.  All of the bonus content will be discussed a little later.  Getting back on topic, the collective primary and secondary content presented in the DVD re-issue of Lost in Space: The Complete Series makes the set’s average price point not too bad.  That is especially in comparison to the average price point of its BD counterpart and so many of its counterparts and contemporaries currently available in stores and online.

The average price point of the DVD re-issue of Lost in Space: The Complete Series is a positive for consumers as it is a point that is affordable for any fan of the series.  The bonus content presented here – or rather, not presented – likely plays into that price.  It is limited here in comparison to the bonus content presented in the set’s BD release back in 2015.  The only real notable bonus content presented in the new DVD set is the roughly half-hour-long featurette “Lost in Space Forever.”  It features famed actor John Laroquette (Night Court) as the host, taking audiences through the history of the series and the movie that eventually followed from New Line Cinema in 1998.  Audiences will be interested to learn through this featurette what led Lost in Space the series to eventually become as campy as it did in its second and third seasons.  Not to give away too much, but it has to do with competition at the time from another show on another network.  Audiences also learn what eventually led to the series’ cancellation: the same factors that leads to so many series’ ending.  If that is not enough, audiences also learn through this featurette, who the actors were behind one of the series’ most beloved characters, the robot, and about the change of characters’ focus in the writing as the series progressed.  Between all of that and much more, the program proves quite entertaining.  Sadly, it is really the only positive bonus content featured in this set, other than the previously noted unaired pilot.  Other than those two bonuses, there is little else to appreciate here.  The rest of the bonuses are just TV spots for the series.  In comparison, the Blu-ray set featured the series’ 1973 animated special (which is also discussed in this set’s bonus material), an audio interview with the series’ creator Irwin Allen and two full-length documentaries about the series, along with the noted pilot and even more bonus content.  One cannot help but wonder why 20th Century Fox did not transfer those bonuses over to this DVD set for audiences who perhaps could not afford the BD set or who do not own a Blu-ray player.  It definitely detracts from the set’s presentation.  Luckily though, it does not detract from the set’s presentation so much that it makes the set a complete loss.  That is because it is the set’s only con.  One area in which this set improved over its BD counterpart is its packaging.  That packaging, together, with the pricing, does just enough to save the set.

The packaging used in the DVD presentation of Lost in Space: The Complete Series is critical to note because it takes a completely different path from that of the series’ BD set.  The 17 discs that make up this set are housed in a clamshell case, inside which are plates on which the discs sit on either side.  One disc is placed on one side while another is on the other side.  One is on the top of the plate, and the other on the bottom.  This is crucial because it is actually wise packaging.  It might make for a bulky package, but it protects the discs from any potential of damage.  In comparison, the discs housed in the BD set were placed in cardboard sleeves inside the case, which offered absolutely no protection at all for the discs.  This is multi-disc packaging done right, and a sign that maybe 20th Century Fox took a cue from Shout! Factory, considering that said company has led the way for years in multi-disc packaging.  Now if only CBS and Paramount would follow suit since they have released so many of their series lately in large clamshell cases.  Simply put, the packaging for this set might not be overly flashy, unlike that of the series’ BD release, but it is smart this time around.  20th Century Fox can be commended for making that move for audiences.  When one considers this along with the set’s relatively affordable price point, the end result is a set that while still not a perfect presentation of a timeless series, is an improvement from its predecessor.  That is despite the issues raised by its bonus content.

20th Century Fox’s recently released DVD box set of Lost in Space: The Complete Series is an improvement over the company’s previous 2015 Blu-ray release of the series.  It shows that while the company is still slightly lost over how to present a proper release of the timeless series, it is at least moving in the right direction.  That is proven in part through the set’s average price point, which is affordable for any viewer in comparison to the price of the series’ Blul-ray release.  The packaging, also in comparison to that BD set, is another move in the right direction.  The only real con to the whole thing is its overall lack of worthwhile bonus content.  Keeping all of this in mind, this set is a slight improvement over its predecessor, but still leaves one wanting for more.  More information on this and other titles from 20th Century Fox is available online now at:

 

 

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New ‘NOVA’ Episode Needs No Rescue

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Bridges are some of the world’s most important architectural structures. From the standard structures that span tiny creeks to larger, more intricate structures that take drivers to the greatest heights, bridges are pivotal to life in so many ways, yet many of the world’s bridges are being lost to time and the elements, including the world’s covered bridges.  In 2011, New York state’s famed Blenheim Covered Bridge was destroyed by flood waters that resulted from Hurricane Irene.  Now in a new episode of PBS’ hit science-based series NOVA audiences see firsthand, the efforts to resurrect the historic structure.  Released on DVD on Feb. 19, the hour-long program follows the noted efforts to rebuild the bridge from start to finish.  That gripping story is one that will interest not only those with a love of and interest in engineering, but human dramas.  It will be discussed shortly.  The secondary story, which focuses on the ancient bridge-building techniques used in China’s covered bridges is another key element that adds to the doc’s presentation even more.  The DVD’s average price point rounds out its most important elements.  Each item noted here is important in its own right to the whole of NOVA: Operation Bridge Rescue.  All things considered, the DVD proves to be a presentation that in itself, needs no rescue.

NOVA: Operation Bridge Rescue is a presentation that is certain to appeal to a wide range of audiences.  Whether one has a love of or interest in engineering or one is just a fan of human dramas, this episode of PBS’ hit science-based series proves to be a presentation that is one of this year’s best new documentaries.  This is proven in part through the doc’s central story.  The central story focuses on one community’s efforts to restore a key part of its history, the famed Blenheim Covered Bridge.  It is a part of history that is just as important to America’s history as it is to the town.  The story follows the efforts to give new birth to the bridge following its destruction in flood waters that stemmed from Hurricane Irene in 2011.  Audiences will be surprised to find, as the story progresses, that not everything goes exactly as planned along the way.  Yes, the story of the bridge’s resurrection has a happy ending.  That happy ending comes after a lot of hard work and near misses, though, as crews battled time and the elements.  While maybe not the stuff of a major blockbuster movie, it is still a story that is certain to keep any viewer engaged and entertained from start to finish.  It is just one part of what makes this documentary well worth the watch.  The secondary story tied into the program adds even more interest to the DVD.

The secondary story featured in NOVA: Operation Bridge Rescue is almost as in-depth as that of the doc’s primary story.  It presents to audiences, the story of the methods used to build covered bridges in China.  Some of those methods go back eons, and have kept some of those bridges safe from time and nature for eons, as audiences learn.  Just as interesting to learn is the purpose of those bridges.  They are apparently used more for cultural purposes than for transportation, unlike so many American bridges (including covered bridges).  Watching the thought, effort and time put into making the bridges “earthquake-safe” and able to handle such large weight loads is enlightening, again, not just for those with a love of and interest in engineering, but for audiences in general.  What’s more, seeing the interest that young Chinese students show in the process is encouraging, as it shows that there is hope for the future of engineers.  Of course, Americans are not left out here, as those working to restore the Blenheim spend some time with young, aspiring engineers on-site at their work site.  While the overall secondary story focusing on Chinese bridges and the techniques used to build them does not exactly have a direct link to the episode’s primary story, it is still interesting in its own right, and is just as certain to keep audiences engaged and entertained as the doc’s primary story.  Both items taken into consideration, they give audiences plenty to appreciate.  Keeping this in mind, it makes the average price point for the DVD money well-spent.

The average price point for NOVA: Operation Bridge Rescue is $19.34.  that price is measured by taking price listings from PBS’ online store, as well as Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble Book Sellers, Amazon and Books-A-Million.  The most commonly occurring listing is $17.99, listed at Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy, while the least expensive listing is at Target, at $16.59.  The most expensive listing is at Books-A-Million, at $24.99.  Regardless of which outlet one chooses, purchase of this DVD still supports PBS, and considering the wide-ranging appeal of this episode, the money spent is well worth it.  To that end, once again, audiences will find in this DVD, a presentation that is in no need of any rescue.

NOVA: Operation Bridge Rescue is an engaging and enlightening new episode of PBS’ hit science-based series that is certain to be enjoyed by a wide range of viewers, from those devoted to the art that is engineering to those who just enjoy drama – as there’s drama even in this story.  That is proven in part through the program’s central story, which follows the efforts of a group of people devoted to resurrecting a historic bridge in New York state.  The secondary story, which focuses on the history of Chinese covered bridges adds even more interest to the program.  The two items combined make the DVD’s average price point such that it will not break any viewer’s bank.  Each item is important in its own right to the whole of NOVA: Operation Bridge Rescue.  All things considered, they make this episode of NOVA one of this year’s best new documentaries.  More information on this and other episodes of NOVA is available online now at:

 

 

 

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Breaking Benjamin Guitarist Debuts ‘Shallow’ Cover

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Breaking Benjamin rhythm guitarist Keith Wallen has released a cover of the Lady Gaga/Bradley Cooper song ‘Shallow.’

The original song was included in the duo’s recent update of the classic movie A Star Is Born.  Wallen premiered the video of his performance of the song on Feb. 4.  His cover of the song is available now via Spotify and iTunes.

Wallen talked about how he came to cover the song during a recent interview.

“While on tour (as guitarist for Breaking Benjamin) I had the opportunity to see A Star is Born,” Wallen said.  “I was so inspired by the movie and the performance Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper gave in this film.  I love the song they sang together called ‘Shallow’ and thought it’d be fun to cover it!  Hope you guys like it.”

More information on Wallen’s take on ‘Shallow’ is available online now along with all of his latest news at:

 

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American Jetset Premieres ‘Go It Alone’ Video

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American Jetset premiered its first-ever video this month.

The band debuted the video for its single ‘Go It Alone‘ on Feb. 13.  The video follows a young woman making her way around a city on her own, trying to meet up with someone, but keeps getting stood up.  Eventually, the young woman gets fed up with being stood up and, in fact, goes it alone, and does her own thing after having enough of being led on.

Musically speaking, the song’s arrangement harkens back to the rock and roll sounds that bridged the sounds of the late 1980s and early 90s with its straight forward, guitar-driven composition.  Oddly enough, front man Ian Kaine MacGregor’s vocal sound can be compared to that of a very young Ozzy Osbourne here, while the song’s arrangement sounds nothing like Ozzy or even Black Sabbath.

‘Go It Alone’ is taken from American Jetset’s EP Live Love Die on Main, which also features the songs ‘Forgotten Tragedies,’ ‘Live Love Die,’ ‘Shameless’ and ‘Monsters.’  The EP was released in December.

American Jetset has a series of live dates coming this spring in support of Live Love Die on Main.  They are noted online along with the band’s latest news at:

 

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Another Day Dawns Premieres ‘Psycho’ Video

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Independent hard rock band Another Day Dawns premiered its very first music video this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Psycho‘ on Tuesday.  The video opens with a series of exterior shots in a seemingly post-apocalyptic setting before moving to footage of the band performing its new single in a warehouse setting.  That footage is crossed with footage of front man Dakota Sean in different rooms, being seemingly tormented by an unidentified woman.

The presentation Sean being seemingly tormented by the woman crosses with the song’s lyrical content to lead one to believe the song, lyrically, focuses on a difficult relationship between a man and a woman.

In terms of the song’s musical arrangement, Sean’s vocal delivery couples with the driving, guitar-centered work, to make a whole that will appeal to fans of acts, such as Crossbreed and Orgy. Interestingly enough, Sean’s vocals in fact, sound very much like that of former Crossbreed front man James Rietz (and even like that of Puddle of Mudd front man Wes Scantlin).

‘Psycho’ is the latest single to be released from Another Day Dawns’ forthcoming EP A Different Life.  The four-song EP also features the songs ‘Rage,’ ‘All of Me’ and ‘The Broken.’

Another Day Dawns is currently scheduled to perform live this Saturday, Feb. 23 at the One Centre Square in Easton, PA.  The performance is part of the band’s promotion for A Different Life.

More information on that performance, the band’s EP, its new video and more is available online now at:

 

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