BATON ROGUE MORGUE To Release 'Hat Trick' EP

Porvoo, Finland-based metallers BATON ROGUE MORGUE will release a six-track EP, "Hat Trick", on December 21 via Secret Entertainment. The EP is bundled with a DVD containing music videos for the songs "Crystal City" and "Hellride" and a live clip for "Midnight Rose", shot at the legendary Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California.

"Hat Trick" track listing:

CD

01. Hat Trick
02. Crystal City
03. Tokyo Nights
04. Black Ink
05. Massacre of St. Valentine's Day
06. Hellride

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DVD

01. Crystal City
02. Hellride
03. Midnight Rose (live at Whisky A Go Go, West Hollywood, California)

BATON ROGUE MORGUE previously toured the USA, Australia, Croatia and Italy in support of their 2009 debut, "High End of the Season", which received good reviews around the world.

BATON ROGUE MORGUE is:

Lee Angel Morgue - Vocals
Domino De La Rogue - Guitar
Francesco Gasoline Mattei - Guitar
Timothy Baton - Bass
Danger Ranger - Drums

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