LO-PRO: New Album Pushed Back To June
LO-PRO, the project featuring former ULTRASPANK members Pete Murray (vocals) and Neil Godfrey (guitar), along with ex-GODSMACK drummer Tommy Stewart, has had the release date of its long-awaited sophomore full-length album, "The Beautiful Sounds of Revenge", pushed back to June 8 from the previously announced May 25. In the meantime, the band will keep fans satisfied by making its first single, "Alive", available digitally on May 4.
LO-PRO's journey began when Murray and Godfrey's first demo got them signed to STAIND mainman Aaron Lewis's vanity label 413 Records. A promising 2003 self-titled debut yielded a bona fide radio hit ("Sunday") and riveting acoustic gigs with Lewis. Fast-forward several years, and LO-PRO are back with a vengeance on the follow-up effort, which is described in a press release as "easily one of the most addictive and passionate mainstream rock records of the year."
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