ILL NINO have scheduled the following in-store appearances in support of their new album, "One Nation Underground":
Sep. 30 - Morristown, NJ @ Scotti's Record Shop (6pm-7pm)
Oct. 02 - West Babylon, NY @ Looney Tunes CDs (4pm)
The Looney Tunes in-store will include a rare acoustic performance by the band.
A brand-new ILL NINO e-card, containing streaming audio of two tracks — "What You Deserve" and "This Is War" (latter song also available for download) — from the group's upcoming "One Nation Underground" CD, can be accessed at this location.
ILL NINO recently enlisted Dale "Rage" Resteghini (MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED) to direct two videos from "One Nation Underground", due on September 27 via Roadrunner Records. The shoot for "This Is War" reportedly took place on July 23 in Long Island, while "What You Deserve" was filmed the following week in Brooklyn, New Jersey and Manhattan.
The follow-up to 2003's "Confessions", "One Nation Underground" was produced by Scrap 60 (ANTHRAX, CRADLE OF FILTH, BLEEDING THROUGH).
ILL NINO are currently finishing up a six-week North American tour supporting DISTURBED.
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