KYLESA To Release Split Seven-Inch Single With VICTIMS

Savannah sludge rockers KYLESA have issued the following update:

"We've been writing new music and trying out drummers and everything is coming together nicely... We're playing the Emissions from the Monolith fest in Ohio May 25. We'll probably do some shows on the way up there and back.

"Our next release will be a split 7" with VICTIMS from Sweden. They're coming to the States this spring and we hope to play some shows with them as well. Don't miss them if they come through your town because they rule."

KYLESA recently wrapped up touring, both in the U.S. and abroad, in support of their Prosthetic Records debut, "To Walk A Middle Course". After touring alongside the likes of 3 STAGES OF PAIN, COLISEUM and TORCHE, KYLESA are now concentrating on writing new music for the next record.

KYLESA's "To Walk A Middle Course" was produced by Alex Newport (MELVINS, AT THE DRIVE-IN, NAILBOMB, THE LOCUST).


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