ALLELE: Former COLD Guitarist Resurfaces With New Music

ALLELE, the new project featuring Kelly Hayes (ex-COLD) and Lane Maverick (ex-OTEP), have posted an MP3 of their first single, "Closer to Habit", on their MySpace.com page. The unmastered track is the first glimpse of the band's Ben Schigel-produced (CHIMAIRA, DROWNING POOL, SWITCHED) debut album, "Point of Origin", due in stores on October 25 through Corporate Punishment.

In other ALLELE news, the band has lined up the following dates with TRIGGER POINT:

Sep. 08 - West Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky
Sep. 15 - Indianapolis, IN @ Birdies
Sep. 16 - West Lafayette, IN @ Purdue University
Sep. 17 - Bloomington, IL @ Pauly's
Oct. 01 - New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jack's
Oct. 08 - Talahassee, FL @ Floyd's Music Store
Oct. 12 - Charleston, SC @ Village Tavern
Oct. 13 - Columbia, SC @ Headliners
Oct. 14 - Hardeeville, SC @ The Gold Club
Oct. 15 - Fayetteville, NC @ Johnny J's

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