BREED 77 To Release 'The Evil Inside' In March

Following their hugely successful slot at last year's Download festival and European tour with SOIL and FOZZY, Gibraltar's premier metal band BREED 77 returns to the U.K. for its own headline tour to coincide with the release of its highly anticipated new album, "The Evil Inside", on March 1.

The 11-date headlining run comes hot on the heels of the band's recent single release, "Drown" (taken from the new album), which can be streamed below. The song can be downloaded free as part of a special bundle via BREED 77's web site and Facebook, with the download featuring a special cover of ALICE COOPER's hit single "Poison".

"The Evil Inside" promises to be a dark, brooding affair that showcases the ever evolving animal BREED 77 and is their most introspective work to date. BREED 77 has pushed the envelope again with a rockier, more melodic offering this time round. Expect heavy-rock, anthemic, stadium-filling songs, sublime ballads and much more — all wrapped up in the band's own unique vision.

With an already distinguished career spanning five albums, U.K. Top 40 hits and over 50,000 album sales, "Drown" and "The Evil Inside" will continue BREED 77's success and see them playing to more people than ever. With the release of their previous album, "Insects", the band once again proved themselves as one of rock/metal's elite as they toured the world all over from Mexico to Japan.

BREED 77 is:

Paul Isola - Vocals
Danny Felice - Guitar
Pedro Caparros - Guitar
Stuart Cavilla - Bass
Andre Joyzi - Drums


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