LILLIAN AXE Involved In Road Accident; Shows Canceled
While travelling to Texas to perform Thursday night at Trees in Dallas and Friday night at the Scout Bar in Houston, Louisiana rockers LILLIAN AXE were involved in a vehicular accident. All members of the band are well and have been treated at local hospitals for minor and non-threatening injuries. There has been extensive damage to the band’s equipment, and as a result; this week's performances have been canceled and will be rescheduled.
LILLIAN AXE's latest album, "XI: The Days Before Tomorrow", was released in Europe on January 27, 2012 through Germany's AFM Records and in North America on February 14, 2012 via CME Records.
"XI: The Days Before Tomorrow" was recorded at Sound Landing Studio in Covington, Louisiana, with the band's guitarist/songwriter Steve Blaze acting as producer and Rob Hovey engineering. The mixing duties were handled by Sylvia Massey (TOOL, JOHNNY CASH, DEFTONES, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, PRINCE, BLACK CROWES).
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