KNIVES OUT!, the Baltimore, Maryland-based band featuring members of HELLYEAH, DOG FASHION DISCO, NOTHINGFACE and POLKADOT CADAVER, has posted a new track, "Blood Everywhere", from the group's upcoming album (due out late 2010) at this location. The group will hold a special "listening party" on January 30 at the Ottobar in Baltimore where fans will be able to hear the new album in its entirety before it is released.
KNIVES OUT! will release a "digital-only" version of its original four-song EP, "Rough Cuts", later this month.
Formed in 2008, the band says, "It isn't pretty and it isn't safe. In a world of copy cat bands KNIVES OUT! stands up to deliver to the world a breath of fresh air to a stagnant, plagiaristic genre. Go hard or go home...horns up and KNIVES OUT!"
KNIVES OUT! is:
Todd Smith (DOG FASHION DISCO, POLKADOT CADAVER) - Vocals
Jasan Stepp (DOG FASHION DISCO, POLKADOT CADAVER) - Guitar
Tommy Sickles (NOTHINGFACE) - Drums
Dave Cullen (POLKADOT CADAVER) - Bass
Tom Maxwell (HELLYEAH, NOTHINGFACE) – Guitar
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