AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT: Ex-KITTIE Guitarist's New Band To Make Live Debut

AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT, the solo project of former KITTIE guitarist Fallon Bowman, will make their live debut on July 17 at The Vatikan in Toronto, Canada.

Says Bowman: "I'm actually really excited. REALLY excited. EVERYBODY SHOULD GO. EVERYONE. It's really a release party for PERDITION, a Toronto-based industrial/gothmetal band."

AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT released their self-financed debut album, "District 6", in May 2003. The group's sound is being described as a dancey, industrial "fusion [of] MINISTRY's 'The Land of Rape and Honey''s weirdness and KMFDM's 'Adios'' ferocity,' with a touch of VNV NATION's 'Empires'' more melodic vibe."

"District 6" features a guest appearance by former KITTIE bassist Talena Atfield.


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