END OF LEVEL BOSS Prepares To Record New Album

London-based anguish rock outfit END OF LEVEL BOSS returns to the road this week in the U.K. and Ireland. The band will be showcasing new material before entering the studio to record the follow-up to the 2005 release "Prologue". The as-yet-untitled album is scheduled for a May 2007 release through Exile On Mainstream Records.

Catch END OF LEVEL BOSS at the following venues:

Dec. 01 - Fibber Magees, Dublin (with SKYPILOT and HAIEETA)
Dec. 02 - Katy Daly┬╣s, Belfast (with SKYPILOT and LIBIDOSWITCH)
Dec. 04 - Freebutt, Brighton (with COLOUR HAZE)
Dec. 05 - Underworld, London (with COLOUR HAZE and DUSTEROID)

In other news, EOLB frontman H Armstrong can be caught playing bass for FIREBIRD (with GENTLEMENS PISTOLS and WINTERS) at the following venues:

Dec. 12 - Underworld, London
Dec. 13 - Fenton, Leeds
Dec. 14 - Independent, Sunderland
Dec. 16 - Croft, Bristol
Dec. 17 - Monkey Bar, Swansea


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