ALLELE Announce Track Listing For Debut Album

Jacksonville's ALLELE, the new project featuring former COLD guitarist Kelly Hayes and former OTEP guitarist Lane Maverick, has finalized the track listing for the upcoming Ben Schigel-produced (CHIMAIRA, BREAKING POINT) CD, "Point of Origin", which hits stores October 25 through Corporate Punishment/Navarre. It is as follows:

01. Fake (2:54)
02. A Different Someone (3:26)
03. Closer To Habit (3:17)
04. Stitches (3:06)
05. Lost In Your Words (3:31)
06. Tightrope (3:43)
07. Immune (4:12)
08. Lies (3:12)
09. Misunderstood (2:36)
10. Unknown (3:34)

ALLELE has also released their Don Tyler-directed (TRIGGER POINT, EAGLES OF DEATH METAL) video for the album's first single, "Closer to Habit" (which impacts at rock radio mid-November) online. You can find it in the Corporate Punishment Media Player here. The player also offers an exclusive audio peek at two of the album's finalized tracks, "Closer to Habit", and "A Different Someone".

In other news, the band has been added to the lineup of PlanetFest 6, Planet Radio 93.3's annual rock extravaganza, November 20 at Metropolitan Park in Jacksonville, FL. Also on the bill are P.O.D., COLD, SHINEDOWN, NONPOINT and BURN SEASON.

ALLELE are currently in the midst of a headlining run with labelmates TRIGGER POINT, through October 23, and will continue headlining dates through December. Confirmed dates can be found at this location.


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