Two and a half years after Liquor and Poker Music launched with "Atomic Ritual", the acclaimed third release from L.A. power trio NEBULA, the upstart rock indie comes full circle with the group's new album "Apollo". Due Feb. 21, the record is described in a press release as "a cosmic cocktail of heavy riffs, electric blues and psychedelic space rock that demonstrates why the band has earned international (and, dare we say, universal) acclaim." Produced by Daniel Rey (RAMONES, MISFITS, L7) and mastered by Howie Weinberg (THE MARS VOLTA, SONIC YOUTH, FRANZ FERDINAND), and recorded mostly at Hollywood Sound Recorders (DANZIG, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS), the 14-track album sees the addition of new bassist Tom Davies. It also features a bonus live video of new song "Future Days", recorded during NEBULA's Japanese tour last spring. A demo of another new track, "Lightbringer", is currently available on the new Century Family/Hot Topic compilation "Metal For The Masses Volume Four", as well as Liquor and Poker Music samplers included with the new releases by labelmates THE THIEVES and FIREBALL MINISTRY.
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