PERSQUAREINCH, the new band featuring former PUSHED singer Travis Neal, Dan Trujillo (ex-18 BONEZ) on guitar, Shane Monaghan (ex-18 BONEZ) on bass, and Jared Clayton on drums, have entered the studio to record their debut demo.
The group, which is based in Southern California, recently played their first two shows and "the response was more than amazing," according to Neal. "We played the Brick by Brick [in San Diego] on June 25th and the response from the crowd was very cool. We were the only heavier band on the bill but all the bands and the people loved it. There were some management there and they were very into what we had to offer. On the 26th of June we played the Barona Indian Reservation and it was amazing! There was an attendance of about 350 people the along with four other great bands."
Upcoming PERSQUAREINCH shows:
Jul. 19 - Showcase theatre - Corona, CA
Jul. 20 - Molly Malone?s - Ramona, CA
Jul. 23 - Brick by Brick - San Diego, CA
Aug. 21 - Dreamstreet - San Diego, CA
Sep. 03 - Whiskey A-Go Go - Hollywood, CA
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