LIVING DEAD LIGHTS Added To Hollywood MURDERDOLLS Show
Hollywood rock and roll band LIVING DEAD LIGHTS has set a July 13 release date for the "Hot Topic Edition" of its self-titled album. It will be available exclusively at Hot Topic stores and Shockhound.com.
The new edition of the CD, which was produced by Fred Archambault (AVENGED SEVENFOLD) and Bradley Cook (FOO FIGHTERS), will feature all-new artwork, photos and one brand new track. Fans who purchase the CD will be eligible to receive free LIVING DEAD LIGHTS swag and one lucky fan will win a one-of-a-kind pair of custom LIVING DEAD LIGHTS Chuck Taylors designed by the band.
"Hot Topic has been one of our biggest supporters from the start, so when the opportunity came up to work with them on this release we were totally stoked about it," said guitarist Alan Damien.
LIVING DEAD LIGHTS is currently writing tunes for its forthcoming full-length release and will be involved in several in-stores and performances at Hot Topic locations throughout Southern California this summer. Fans in the area can also catch the band playing some high-profile club shows over the next few months while they prepare to embark on their first ever world tour in 2011.
LIVING DEAD LIGHTS has been added to the Hollywood MURDERDOLLS show on June 17 at the Key Club.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/livingdeadlights.
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