BREED 77, who originate from Gibraltar (an overseas territory of the United Kingdom), are set to unleash new single, "Blind", on September 4. "Blind" displays many elements of BREED 77's highly developed sound; driving Latino rhythms, accomplished musicianship and high voltage modern rock. The infectious single is taken from the band's Ron St. Germain-produced (TOOL, SOUNDGARDEN, CREED) CD, "In My Blood (En Mi Sangre)", due for release one week later in conjunction with the "In My Blood" album tour. The album's U.K. release (via Albert Productions U.K., the hard-hitting rock label and world-wide publisher of AC/DC) will be followed by releases in Australia (by SonyBMG), Europe and South Africa.The release of "In My Blood (En Mi Sangre)" follows 2004's breakthrough album "Cultura", which spawned three Top 40 singles and sold in excess of 30,000 copies. This new record shows a progression on BREED 77's trademark Latino sound that has been carefully nurtured over the last few years.
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