"Exile On Mainstream: Worship The Riff" is a new compilation featuring tracks from the wide range of bands on the Exile On Mainstream roster. Along with London-based anguish rock outfit END OF LEVEL BOSS, "Worship The Riff" includes tracks from A WHISPER IN THE NOISE, BEEHOOVER, DYSE, THE HIDDEN HAND, OSTINATO, PLACE OF SKULLS, SPITTING OFF TALL BUILDINGS, VOLT, VOODOOSHOCK and WE INSIST.To celebrate this release, Exile On Mainstream is currently booking a European tour featuring as many bands from the compilation as is logistically possible. The tour kicks of in March 2008 and END OF LEVEL BOSS will be on the bill. In other news, END OF LEVEL BOSS is currently going through the the process of auditioning replacements for the recently departed drum lunatic Ben Hallett. Any drummers who want to be included should get in touch with the band by emailing [email protected] For more information, visit www.eolb.com.
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