DEDVOLT To Release 'Let It Burn' EP, Hit The Road With NONPOINT
DEDVOLT, the Sacramento, California-based rock/metal band featuring SKINLAB frontman Steev Esquivel on guitar, will release a three-song EP, "Let It Burn", in February via Felony1 Records. In addition, the group is currently working on material for its debut album, which it hopes to make available sometime this summer.
In other news, DEDVOLT will support NONPOINT on a string of tour dates beginning on February 2 in Spokane, Washington. DEDVOLT states: "It's such a huge honor to share the stage with one of the hardest-working bands in the business! We look forward to playing for their fans and hopefully see some of you Dedheds in the front row representing."
Adds DEDVOLT vocalist Brian Giguere: "DEDVOLT brings emotional warfare to the forefront without pulling a single punch. Our music is the perfect balance between the darkest of ugliness and the beauty of fearless passion.
"We are extremely honored to kick off our musical journey on the road with NONPOINT. Be prepared to jump and sing because we promise to bring epic memorable hooks and devastating lyrics that bring the truth to light."
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/dedvolt.
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