DAMAGEPLAN: Album Listening Party Available Online

VH1.com is currently featuring an album-listening party for DAMAGEPLAN's "New Found Power". You can listen to the entire album right now — an entire week before it hits stores. The listening party ends on February 9. Check it out here.

DAMAGEPLAN's "New Found Power" is due on February 10 through Elektra Records. The group's lineup includes former PANTERA members Dimebag Darrell (guitar) and Vinnie Paul (drums), ex-HALFORD/DIESEL MACHINE guitarist Patrick Lachman (on lead vocals), and bassist Bob Zilla.

As previously reported, DAMAGEPLAN will be signing copies of the album on Tuesday, February 10 at Tower Records in Dallas, Texas. The signing session will begin at 5:00 p.m. Tower Records is located at 3707 Lemmon Ave., Dallas, TX 75219. For more information, call: (214) 252-0200.


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