LINKIN PARK Singer's DEAD BY SUNRISE To Perform At Club Tattoo Anniversary Celebration
As Saturday, May 10, the date for the 13th-anniversary celebration of Club Tattoo, draws near, the organizers of the event Club Tattoo founders Sean Dodwell and Chester Bennington (LINKIN PARK) in conjunction with Guerilla Union have announced the additions of Bennington's DEAD BY SUNRISE solo project, THE DELTA FIASCO and COMFORT FOR CHANGE. RABBIT IN THE MOON will now DJ as they can no longer perform live due to an injury incurred by frontman Bunny while on tour in Korea.
Club Tattoo will mark the first time ever that DEAD BY SUNRISE will perform a live set of several songs. The Chester Bennington-fronted project also features all members of JULIEN-K and Anthony "Fu" Valik. The band will unveil selections from their upcoming untitled album due out next year, giving fans a first listen to the new material.
Enhancing Club Tattoo's line-up are THE DELTA FIASCO and COMFORT FOR CHANGE who join JULIEN-K and DJ sets by RABBIT IN THE MOON, Jeremy Dawson of SHINY TOY GUNS, A VIRGIN TEAR and JKDJS. Hailing from Liverpool, England, THE DELTA FIASCO trio jump off their current tour with LADYTRON for their Club Tattoo gig. COMFORT FOR CHANGE is a leading local Phoenix-based hard rock act.
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