ALLELE: Free MP3 Of Previously Unreleased Acoustic Version Of 'Unknown' Available

Jacksonville, Florida-based hard rock outfit ALLELE has posted a free MP3 of a previously unreleased acoustic version of the track "Unknown". The song was recorded at Jacksonville's Planet Radio 107.3 when the band stopped by for an acoustic performance. The track can be downloaded free through the Corporate Punishment podcast via iTunes.

ALLELE released its Ben Schigel-produced (CHIMAIRA, DROWNING POOL) debut, "Point of Origin", through Corporate Punishment Records. The quintet has been tearing up stages across the U.S. touring with 10 YEARS, EVANS BLUE and SWITCHED, building a devoted family of rabid followers.

ALLELE is currently at home writing material for its sophomore effort, due later in the year.

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