ALL BORO KINGS Ink Deal With Century Media

ALL BORO KINGS, the new group featuring founding members of DOG EAT DOG and MUCKY PUP, have signed a deal with Century Media Records. The band members Dan Nastasi (guitar/vocals), Dave Neabore (bass/vocals), Sean Kilkenny (guitar/vocals), and John “Booge” Milnes (drums) will enter Big Blue Meanie Studios in Hoboken, New Jersey in January to begin recording their debut album with Tim Gilles producing/engineering. ABK's music is a high-energy mix of old-style hardcore and punk layered with catchy choruses, monster riffs, and fat beats. Songs like “Twist the Cap”, “The Party's On...”, and “Independent” will surely remind old fans of the good times, and give new fans something to chew on. Look for a late spring release. The guys previously worked together in different bands creating their own unique sound for the past 15 years. This is the first time recording together since DOG EAT DOG's 1994 breakthrough album titled All Boro Kings, hence the new band name. The first two ABK songs recorded appear on the compilation album New York's Hardest Vol. 3 on Go-Kart Records.


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