LEGACY UPRISING: 'Tell Me' Video Available

"Tell Me", the new video from LEGACY UPRISING — the Las Vegas-based band featuring Kelly Conlon (ex-DEATH, MONSTROSITY) on bass, Curran Murphy (SHATTER MESSIAH, ex-ANNIHILATOR, NEVERMORE) on rhythm guitar, Robert Falzano (SHATTER MESSIAH, ex-ANNIHILATOR) on drums, Mike Duncan (POWND) on vocals and 14-year-old Joey Doherty on lead guitar — can be viewed below.

The current LEGACY UPRISING lineup made its live debut on April 4 at the Phantasy in Lakewood, Ohio along with Cleveland-based hardcore band AT NO END.

After spending three weeks in Las Vegas writing and demoing material, the band recently reconvened for pre-production at Smiley Sound Studios in Akron, Ohio where they will record their debut album under the watchful eye of producer Curran Murphy.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/legacyuprising.


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