ALLELE To Perform Acoustically On Jacksonville's PLANET RADIO 107.3

ALLELE, the new project featuring former COLD guitarist Kelly Hayes and former OTEP guitarist Lane Maverick, will be appearing live on Jacksonville's Planet Radio 107.3 for an exclusive interview and live acoustic performance on Friday, March 24 at 4:00 p.m. You can also tune in online at

As previously reported, ALLELE will be filming a video for their new single, "Stitches", at their hometown show on March 24 at Plush in Jacksonville, Florida. The video will include performance footage from the actual show. The band also be shooting footage that night for the upcoming ALLELE DVD. Also appearing on the bill are RIKETS.

ALLELE's debut album, "Point of Origin", was produced by Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, BREAKING POINT) and was released last October through Corporate Punishment Records.


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