ONESIDEZERO Added To KROQ's L.A. INVASION
Los Angeles-based band ONESIDEZERO has been added to KROQ's L.A. Invasion featuring SMASHING PUMPKINS, FOO FIGHTERS, VELVET REVOLVER, KID ROCK and CHRIS CORNELL at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles on September 15. ONESIDEZERO will headline the Bud Light-sponsored second stage. Performances begin at 11:00 a.m. and admission is free.
"We're honored that KROQ would consider adding our band to such a huge festival," says ONESIDEZERO guitarist Levon Sultanian. "KROQ has been one of the biggest supporters of our new self-titled album and we cannot thank them enough for all their support. We've had such a great reaction to our new album from the fans and we cannot wait to get out on the road and share it with everyone in early 2008."
ONSIDEZERO is currently supporting their recently released Ulrich Wild-produced (STATIC-X, STABBING WESTWARD, TAPROOT) sophomore album, which was released through Corporate Punishment Records. The album is the long-awaited follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed 2001 debut, "Is This Room Getting Smaller?", which saw the group tour with the likes of INCUBUS, 311, STATIC-X, and SOULFLY.
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