SOUNDEVICE: Tour Dates Announced

SOUNDEVICE, the Atlanta-based rock band featuring former STEREOMUD frontman Erik Rogers, have announced a host of dates during September and October. The group's lineup is rounded out by guitarist Jason Grover (BEND), drummer Cheney Brannon (BEND), bassist Craig Maule (420 MONKS) and guitarist Billy Grey (FOZZY, CAFU). The band recently finished recording five new tracks.

Upcoming SOUNDEVICE shows:

9/28- Cotton Club - Atlanta, GA (w/ BREAKING BENJAMIN)
Oct. 02 – 106.5 XFEST - Huntington, WV (w/ EARSHOT, MONSTER MAGNET, SEVENDUST)
Oct. 02 - Monkey Bar - Huntington, WV (headlining afterparty)
Oct. 03 – Rafters - Johnson City, TN (w/ SEVENDUST)
Oct. 08 – Kokonuts - Kokomo, IN

SOUNDEVICE's full-length debut, entitled "The World Goes 'Round", is available from the group's official web site.


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