ESPN Kicks Off 2021 College Baseball Season With Extensive Broadcast Schedule

Courtesy: ESPN

The 2021 college baseball season is officially underway, and the ESPN networks have extensive coverage for the first full weekend and week of the season.

Coverage started at 2 p.m. ET Friday with a matchup of Evansville and Georgia on ESPN+. Other games featured in the busy opening day schedule were face-offs between Cincinnati and Clemson; Louisiana and Tulane, and No. 21 Miami and No. 1 Florida.

Coverage continues at 6 p.m. ET as UCF hosts Florida Atlantic on ESPN+. No. 25 East Carolina University will host Rhode Island at 7 p.m. ET, also on ESPN+.

The ESPN networks’ coverage of the opening week and weekend of the 2021 college baseball season is scheduled to run through Feb. 28. The full broadcast schedule, which includes games on the ACC Network, Longhorn Network, SECN+ and ESPN+ is noted below.

DateTime (ET)GameNetwork
 Fri. Feb.  196 p.m.Florida Atlantic at UCFESPN+
 7 p.m.Rhode Island at No. 25 East CarolinaESPN+
  No. 19 Tennessee at Georgia SouthernESPN+
 7:30 p.m.No. 20 Oklahoma State at Sam Houston StateESPN+
Sat, Feb. 20NoonEvansville at GeorgiaSECN+
 1 p.m.No. 21 Miami at No. 1 FloridaSECN+
  Dayton at No. 18 South CarolinaSECN+
  Bellarmine at No. 5 LouisvilleACCNX
  UConn at No. 16 VirginiaACCNX
 2 p.m.Notre Dame at No. 12 LSUSECN+
  North Florida at No. 24 Florida StateACCNX
  Eastern Kentucky at No. 15 Georgia TechACCNX
  Bryant at High PointESPN+
  Toledo at USC UpstateESPN+
  Mississippi Valley State at SE LouisianaESPN+
  No. 19 Tennessee at Georgia SouthernESPN+
  Duke at Coastal CarolinaESPN+
  Elon at UNC GreensboroESPN+
 3 p.m.Presbyterian at No. 23 AuburnSECN+
  McNeese State at AlabamaSECN+
  Wright State at No. 4 VanderbiltSECN+
  Xavier at Texas A&MSECN+
  Cincinnati at ClemsonACCNX
  Liberty at CampbellESPN+
  UT Martin at SamfordESPN+
  Texas Southern at HoustonESPN+
  Louisiana at TulaneESPN+
 4 p.m.Longwood at The CitadelESPN+
 6 p.m.Northeastern at No. 17 Wake Forest John Schriffen, Gaby SanchezACC Network
 6:30 p.m.Xavier at Texas A&MSECN+
Sun, Feb. 2111 a.m.North Florida at Florida StateACCNX
  Kent State at Virginia TechACCNX
 NoonEvansville at GeorgiaSECN+
  Dayton at No. 18 South CarolinaSECN+
  Bellarmine at No. 5 LouisvilleACCNX
  Duke at Coastal CarolinaESPN+
 1 p.m.No. 21 Miami at No. 1 FloridaSECN+
  Notre Dame at No. 12 LSUSECN+
  Xavier at Texas A&MSECN+
  UConn at No. 16 VirginiaACCNX
  Cincinnati at ClemsonACCNX
  Northeastern at No. 17 Wake ForestACCNX
  Eastern Kentucky at No. 15 Georgia TechACCNX
  Liberty at CampbellESPN+
  Toledo at USC UpstateESPN+
  Longwood at The CitadelESPN+
  No. 19 Tennessee at Georgia SouthernESPN+
  Texas Southern at HoustonESPN+
  Rhode Island at No. 25 East CarolinaESPN+
  Elon at UNC GreensboroESPN+
  Bryant at High PointESPN+
 2 p.m.SE Missouri State at South AlabamaESPN+
  UT Martin at SamfordESPN+
  Mississippi Valley State at SE LouisianaESPN+
  Louisiana at TulaneESPN+
 2:30 p.m.Kent State at Virginia TechACCNX
 3 p.m.Bellarmine at No. 5 LouisvilleACCNX
 3:30 p.m.Duke at Coastal CarolinaESPN+
Mon, Feb. 2212:05 p.m.TBD at KansasBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 5 p.m.UT Rio Grande Valley at BaylorBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 7 p.m.BYU at Texas StateESPN+
 7:30 p.m.Louisiana Tech at No. 12 LSUSECN+
Tue, Feb. 233 p.m.VMI at No. 16 Virginia Anish Shroff, Mike RooneyACC Network
  Eastern Kentucky at No. 5 LouisvilleACCNX
  UNC Greensboro at No. 13 NC StateACCNX
 4 p.m.Miami (OH) at KentuckySECN+
  Winthrop at No. 18 South CarolinaSECN+
  Radford at Virginia TechACCNX
  Coastal Carolina at No. 17 Wake ForestACCNX
  Belmont at North AlabamaESPN+
  Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at HoustonESPN+
  Duke at No. 25 East CarolinaESPN+
  UNC Asheville at Western CarolinaESPN+
 4:30 p.m.Arkansas-Pine Bluff at No. 19 TennesseeSECN+
 5 p.m.Arkansas State at No. 6 Ole MissSECN+
  Alabama State at SamfordESPN+
  UALR at No. 20 Oklahoma StateBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 5:30 p.m.Western Kentucky at No. 4 VanderbiltSECN+
 6 p.m.Stetson at UCFESPN+
 6:30 p.m.No. 21 Miami at USFESPN+
 7 p.m.New Orleans at TulaneESPN+
  Louisiana Tech at LouisianaESPN+
 7:30 p.m.Abilene Christian at Texas A&MSECN+
  Southern Miss at South AlabamaESPN+
  Texas Southern at No. 10 TCUBig 12 Now on ESPN+
Wed, Feb. 241 p.m.Mercer at No. 15 Georgia Tech Clay Matvick, Roddy JonesACC Network
 4 p.m.UT Martin at AlabamaSECN+
  North Carolina A&T at LibertyESPN+
 4:30 p.m.Arkansas-Pine Bluff at No. 19 TennesseeSECN+
 5 p.m.UALR at No. 20 Oklahoma StateBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 7 p.m.No. 12 LSU at LouisianaESPN+
 7:30 p.m.BYU at No. 9 Texas Keith Moreland, Greg SwindellLonghorn Network
  Tarleton State at Texas A&MSECN+
Thu, Feb. 254 p.m.SE Missouri State at No. 8 ArkansasSECN+
 7:30 p.m.BYU at No. 9 Texas Keith Moreland, Greg SwindellLonghorn Network
Fri, Feb. 262 p.m.Mount St. Mary’s at RichmondESPN+
 3 p.m.Boston College at Duke Mike Monaco, Adam GreenbergACC Network
  Western Illinois at No. 5 LouisvilleACCNX
  No. 16 Virginia at North CarolinaACCNX
  No. 15 Georgia Tech at No. 13 NC StateACCNX
  UMass Lowell at St. John’sESPN3
 4 p.m.Milwaukee at KentuckySECN+
  Wright State at AlabamaSECN+
  SE Missouri State at No. 8 ArkansasSECN+
  No. 18 South Carolina at ClemsonACCNX
  Notre Dame at No. 17 Wake ForestACCNX
  Western Michigan at Kansas StateBig 12 Now on ESPN+
  Bryant at Coastal CarolinaESPN+
  SIU Edwardsville at Wichita StateESPN+
 4:30 p.m.Indiana State at No. 19 TennesseeSECN+
 5 p.m.Gardner-Webb at GeorgiaSECN+
  UCF at No. 6 Ole MissSECN+
  Dayton at CampbellESPN+
  Illinois State at No. 20 Oklahoma StateBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 5:30 p.m.Georgia State at No. 4 VanderbiltSECN+
 6 p.m.Pitt at No. 24 Florida StateACCNX
 6:30 p.m.Samford at No. 1 FloridaSECN+
 7 p.m.Virginia Tech at No. 21 MiamiACCNX
  No. 25 East Carolina at Georgia SouthernESPN+
 7:30 p.m.BYU at No. 9 Texas Keith Moreland, Greg SwindellLonghorn Network
  Liberty at No. 10 TCUBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 8 p.m.Youngstown State at No. 12 LSUSECN+
  Oregon State at Grand CanyonESPN3
Sat, Feb. 27NoonGardner-Webb at GeorgiaSECN+
  UMass Lowell at St. John’sESPN3
 1 p.m.Western Illinois at No. 5 LouisvilleACCNX
 2 p.m.Milwaukee at KentuckySECN+
  Georgia State at No. 4 VanderbiltSECN+
  Pitt at No. 24 Florida StateACCNX
  No. 16 Virginia at North CarolinaACCNX
  No. 15 Georgia Tech at No. 13 NC StateACCNX
  No. 25 East Carolina at Georgia SouthernESPN+
 2:30 p.m.Indiana State at No. 19 TennesseeSECN+
  UCF at No. 6 Ole MissSECN+
 3 p.m.BYU at No. 9 Texas Keith Moreland, Greg SwindellLonghorn Network
  Wright State at AlabamaSECN+
  Youngstown State at No. 12 LSUSECN+
  Dayton at CampbellESPN+
  Western Michigan at Kansas StateBig 12 Now on ESPN+
  Liberty at No. 10 TCUBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 3:30 p.m.UMass Lowell at St. John’sESPN3
 4 p.m.Clemson at No. 18 South CarolinaSECN+
  SE Missouri State at No. 8 ArkansasSECN+
  Notre Dame at No. 17 Wake ForestACCNX
  No. 14 West Virginia at Coastal CarolinaESPN+
 5 p.m.Illinois State at No. 20 Oklahoma StateBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 5:30 p.m.Georgia State at No. 4 VanderbiltSECN+
 7 p.m.No. 16 Virginia Tech at No. 21 MiamiACCNX
 7:30 p.m.Nicholls State at No. 12 LSUSECN+
 8 p.m.Pitt at No. 24 Florida State Roy Philpott, Gaby SanchezACC Network
Sun, Feb. 28NoonMount St. Mary’s at RichmondESPN+
 12:05 p.m.Boston College at DukeACCNX
 1 p.m.Milwaukee at KentuckySECN+
  Gardner-Webb at GeorgiaSECN+
  Indiana at No. 19 TennesseeSECN+
  Western Illinois at No. 5 LouisvilleACCNX
  Pitt at No. 24 Florida StateACCNX
  No. 16 Virginia at North CarolinaACCNX
  Virginia Tech at No. 21 MiamiACCNX
  Notre Dame at No. 17 Wake ForestACCNX
  Dayton at CampbellESPN+
  No. 25 East Carolina at Georgia SouthernESPN+
  Navy at George MasonESPN+
  UMass Lowell at St. John’sESPN3
 1:30 p.m.Clemson at No. 18 South CarolinaSECN+
 2 p.m.Wright State at AlabamaSECN+
  SE Missouri State at No. 8 ArkansasSECN+
  Georgia State at No. 4 VanderbiltSECN+
  Western Michigan at Kansas StateBig 12 Now on ESPN+
  Liberty at No. 10 TCUBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 2:30 p.m.UCF at No. 6 Ole MissSECN+
 3 p.m.Kennesaw State at Coastal CarolinaESPN+

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Website: https://www.espn.com/college-sports

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Christopher Shayne’s New EP Will Appeal Widely To Southern, Country Rock Fans

Courtesy: Carry On Music

Independent rocker Christopher Shayne is helping southern rock fans start off the new year on a good note.  The up-and-coming singer-songwriter is giving the noted audiences reason to be happy as 2021 opens with his new forthcoming EP Ten High.  Scheduled for release Friday through Carry On Music, the seven-song record offers audiences something to like in its musical arrangements.  They will be discussed shortly.  The lyrical content that accompanies the EP’s musical arrangement offers its own appeal for listeners, too.  It will be discussed a little later.  The sequencing of the noted content rounds out the record’s most important elements, bringing everything together, completing the EP’s presentation.  Each item noted here is important in its own way to the whole of Ten High.  All things considered, they make Christopher Shayne’s new EP a record that guarantees its appeal to its target audiences.

Christopher Shayne’s forthcoming EP Ten High is a presentation that is certain to appeal to Shayne’s specifically targeted audiences from start to end of its 24-inute run time.  That is proven in part through the record’s featured musical arrangements.  The arrangements in question all present a distinct southern rock approach and sound.  While each arrangement displays the same kind of approach and sound, the arrangements in whole do at least give audiences something unique from one song to the next.  Case in point is a comparison between maybe ‘Any Given Sunday’ to the album’s title track.  ’10 High’ gives audiences plenty of the noted southern rock sensibility at points throughout the song.  At the same time, the verses in this song present a clear AC/DC style influence.  The contrast of those two styles gives audiences something interesting in itself.  Meanwhile ‘Any Given Sunday’ presents more of a southern/country rock style approach.  Shayne’s own unique composition adds subtle influences from the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd and maybe Josh Turner.  Again, the influence is so subtle, but it is noticeable through a close listen.  When that whole is compared to the whole of the EP’s title track, it leads to more appreciation for the record’s musical arrangement. 

On another level, ‘Jus Get Drunk,’ which closes out the EP immediately lends itself to comparison to work that Zakk Wylde has composed with his side project Pride & Glory in terms of its acoustic approach and distinct southern rock sound.  Shayne’s vocal delivery style is even right up there with that of Wylde and other powerhouse vocalists.  By comparison, ‘Give A Damn’ is arguably the EP’s most intense arrangement.  It is yet another full-on composition, but there is so much fire and vim in this work.  It is comparable to works from virtually any southern rock outfit out there today.  The subtle addition of the banjo in the song’s opening bars adds its own unique touch to the whole of the song, too.  When one examines this song in comparison not only to ‘Just Get Drunk,’ but also to the rest of the EP’s arrangements, its power becomes even more evident.  What’s more, when all of the songs are considered together, the whole of that content makes for reason in itself for southern rock fans to take in this record.  That foundation is strengthened even more through the EP’s lyrical content.

The lyrical content that is presented in Ten High is just as accessible for listeners as the EP’s musical content.  The record’s opener and closer are both pretty clear in their content.  They center on drinking.  What is interesting to note is that where ‘Pour The Bottle’ presents a man who is having no regrets about just drinking his troubles away and tells the bartender, “I ain’t finished yet/Pour the bottle/I won’t have any regrets.  He even goes on in the song’s second verse to sing about drowning himself “in alcohol.”  So again, this is someone who is just giving that proverbial middle finger to the world, including obviously a woman that has wronged him.  ‘Jut Get Drunk,’ by comparison is the opposite end of that emotion.  This song is that person sitting at the bar, having gotten drunk, he talks about not feeling the same without some whisky and that he’d “rather just get drunk/’Cause I need a little time/To sort what’s in my mind/Just one more and I’ll be fine.”  So again, here are two songs that lyrically tell their own story.  The contrast in those two sides will ensure listeners’ engagement in itself. 

On another hand, ‘Getaway Babe’ changes directions but keeps listeners engaged with its lyrical content.  This song’s lyrical theme is that familiar topic of a man who is crazy for a woman.  He tells her to “come get gone with me” in the song’s chorus, while adding plenty of praise in the verses.  That familiarity and the song’s catchy musical arrangement pair to make the song in whole yet another standout addition to Ten High.  When it is considered along with the equally engaging story presented in ‘Just Get Drunk’ and ‘Pour The Bottle’ and the rest of the EP’s lyrical content, the whole of that content makes for plenty for audiences to enjoy lyrically, too.  The appeal that the EP’s lyrical content provides audiences is just one more part of what makes the EP stand out.  The sequencing of the content puts its own ouch to the record.  The sequencing of the record’s musical and lyrical content puts the finishing touch to its presentation.

The sequencing of Ten High’s overall content brings everything together in this record, to complete the EP’s presentation.  As has already been noted, the EP’s opener and closer certainly seem to work hand in hand even if not intentionally.  That book-ending, generated through the sequencing is sure to present its own appeal.  Along the way, the sequencing changes things up, going from the seeming celebratory title track to the equally familiar topic of a man who is crazy for a woman in ‘Getaway Baby’ to the slightly introspective ‘Any Given Sunday’ and ‘Burn Me Down.’  The rather rowdy ‘Give A Damn’ changes things up even more before the EP closes out in the almost rueful ‘Just Get Drunk.’  The whole of the noted lyrical content ensures in itself shows that plenty of thought was put into the sequencing of this side of the EP.  Just as much thought was put into the sequencing of the EP in regards to its arrangements and their energies.

What more can be said of the sequencing of the EP in regards to its musical arrangements and their energy than it ensures the energy stays high.  The only time when the EP really pulls back is in its closer.  Other than that moment, ‘Burn Me Down’ is the only other point that presents any pull back in the record’s energy.  That pull back is noted in the song’s opening bars.  It only lasts that short time, too.  From those opening bars, things waste little time picking back up.  Overall, the sequencing of Ten High in regards to its energy ensures that aspect keeps listeners remain engaged just as much as that of the lyrical content.  It barely lets up at least until the EP’s finale.  To that end, it will keep listeners fully engaged and entertained.  Keeping this in mind, when this final touch is put to the EP, it brings everything together and completes the record’s presentation.  The result of that completion is that the record will appeal strongly to Christopher Shayne’s target audiences.

Christopher Shayne’s forthcoming EP Ten High is a record of which southern rock and country rock fans will think highly.  That is due in part to its musical arrangements.  The arrangement in question boast some very clear southern and country rock vibes while also making sure the arrangements do not just copycat one another.  There are subtle changes in each song that show a wide range of influences.  That alone helps the EP’s appeal.  The lyrical content that accompanies the EP’s musical arrangements adds its own touch to the EP’s presentation.  That is because the topics presented in the lyrical themes are accessible.  They are familiar topics for any listeners.  The sequencing of that musical and lyrical content brings everything together, completing its presentation.  Each item noted here does its own important part to make Christopher Shayne’s new EP appealing.  All things considered, the EP proves a work that will appeal equally to any southern and country rock fan.  Ten High is scheduled for release Friday through Carry On Music.  More information on the EP is available along with all of Christopher Shayne’s latest news at https://www.facebook.com/christophershaynemusic.

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Var To Release New Live EP Friday; Debuts ‘Where To Find You’ Live Clip

Courtesy: Spartan Records

Audiences are getting their first preview of independent post roc band Var’s new EP this week.

The band premiered the live clip of its performance of its song ‘Where to Find You’ Tuesday through the online publication Under The Radar. The performance is featured in the band’s forthcoming live EP Live at Orgelsmidjan, which is scheduled for release Friday through Spartan Records.

Pre-saves for the four-song EP are open. The performances featured in the new EP were recorded at Orgelsmidjan, Iceland’s only pipe organ workshop. The workshop is the band’s practice space.

Front man Julius Bjorgvinsson talked about the EP’s pending release in a prepared statement.

“After releasing an album and having no chance to play it live, we felt like we had to do something to give people at least a little taste of us playing these songs live,” said Bjorgvinsson. “VAR has always been about playing live and we always give everything we have to make the tension between us and the audience both peaceful and powerful. But since we could not play it live for people, we decided to make these live videos of us playing the songs at the organ workshop where we practice. We got our producer Eiður to do the sound for the videos and when he sent us the audio files Arnór brought that idea of releasing a live EP, because people had been asking us to do so. We were happy with the sound Eiður got from the session and how far it is from how the album sounds. It’s powerful, it’s raw and it’s honest. And that is VAR.”

The track listing for Var’s new EP is noted below. The songs featured in the EP are live performances of songs featured in the band’s 2020 album The Never-Ending Year.

Track Listing

Where To Find You (Live)

Highlands (Live)

Moments (Live)

By The Ocean (Live)

More information on Var’s new EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: http://www.varofficial.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wearevar

Twiter: http://twitter.com/variceland

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Aittala Signs New Record Deal; Offers Album Updates

Courtesy: Exitus Stratagem Records

Independent hard rock band Aittala has a new update for fans.

The band has signed a new record deal with independent record label Exitus Stratagem Records. The deal puts the band alongside fellow North Carolina-based bands Motor Junkie, Overlord SR, and Alter The Deal, who are also signed with the label.

With the new record deal finalized, the band has announced its plans to re-issue its fourth album American Nightmare in early 2021. Additionally, the band is working on its next new album, with plans to release the album in late 2021.

More information on Aittala’s new record deal and releases is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: http://www.aitala.com

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/AittalaMusic

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Leprous Premieres ‘Illuminate’ Single, Video

Courtesy: InsideOut Music

Leprous is giving audiences yet another preview of its fifth full-length studio release only days ahead of the album’s release.

The band unveiled ‘Iluminate,’ the third single from its forthcoming album Malina this week along with the single’s companion video.  Shot in Romania and directed by Costin Chioreanu for Twilight 13 Media, the video puts the band performing its new single in a very darkly lit background in order to help illustrate the song’s message.

The band explained that in a collective statement about the song.

“‘Illuminate’ is one of the most groovy songs we’ve ever made!  It’s the Leprous people know, but in a fresh version,” the statement reads.  “The abstract and dark video from Costin underlines the atmosphere of the song perfectly.”

Prior to this single and video, the band also released the singles and videos for ‘From The Flame’ and ‘Stuck.’  Other songs included in Malina’s 11-song body include ‘’Mirage,’ ‘The Weight of Disaster,’ ‘Captive’ and others.  The album’s full track listing is noted below.

LEPROUS – “Malina”:
1. Bonneville
2. Stuck
3. From The Flame
4. Captive
5. Illuminate
6. Leashes
7. Mirage
8. Malina
9. Coma
10. The Weight Of Disaster
11. The Last Milestone

Malina will be available in stores and online Friday, Aug. 25 via InsideOut Music on CD, digital, deluxe expanded CD and 2LP platforms.  Pre-orders are open now.

Leprous will embark on an extensive European tour this fall in support of Malina that begins Oct. 28 in Copenhagen, Denmark and currently runs through Nov. 25 in Oslo, Norway.  The tour also currently includes performances in Lyon, France; Dublin, Ireland; London, U.K. and other cities across Europe.

More dates are expected to be added to that schedule in the coming days and weeks.  The band’s current tour schedule is noted below.

LEPROUS, Agent Fresco, AlithiA & Astrosaur – European Tour:
Presented in Germany by Eclipsed, Laut.de, Guitar & Metal.de
28.10.2017 Copenhagen (Denmark) – Pumpehuset
29.10.2017 Hamburg (Germany) – Logo
30.10.2017 Cologne (Germany) – Luxor
31.10.2017 Esch (Luxembourg) – Rockhal
01.11.2017 Haarlem (The Netherlands) – Patronaat
02.11.2017 London (UK) – The Dome
03.11.2017 Dublin (Ireland) – Voodoo Lounge
04.11.2017 Leeds (UK) – Damnation Festival
05.11.2017 Vosselaar (Belgium) – Biebob
06.11.2017 Paris (France) – Trabendo
07.11.2017 Nantes (France) – Barakason
08.11.2017 Bordeaux (France) – Rocher Palmer
11.11.2017 Toulouse (France) – Le Metronum
12.11.2017 Marseille (France) – Le Moulin
13.11.2017 Milan (Italy) – Magnolia
14.11.2017 Lyon (France) – CCO Villeurbanne
15.11.2017 Winterthur (Switzerland) – Salzhaus
16.11.2017 Colmar (France) – Grillen
17.11.2017 Munich (Germany) – Backstage Halle
18.11.2017 Vienna (Austria) – Szene
19.11.2017 Budapest (Hungary) – A38
20.11.2017 Prague (Czech Republic) – Rock Café
21.11.2017 Warsaw (Poland) – Proxima
22.11.2017 Berlin (Germany) – Musik & Frieden
23.11.2017 Aarhus (Denmark) – Atlas
25.11.2017 Oslo (Norway) – Vulkan Arena
And more dates to be announced soon…

More information on Leprous’ new single, video, tour and more is available online now at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.leprous.net

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/leprousband

Twitter: http://twitter.com/leprousband

 

 

 

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