STEREO BLACK: Live Photos Posted Online, New Shows Announced

Logan Mader's (STEREO BLACK, ex-MACHINE HEAD, SOULFLY) official web site has uploaded several photos from STEREO BLACK's first gig at The Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood on March 8. Check them out here (all photos by Joe Quinto).

In other news, STEREO BLACK have announced two more live dates during the coming days. They are as follows:

Mar. 31 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues (w/ TESLA)
Apr. 01 – West Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky A Go Go (w/ (HED)P.E.)

The group, whose lineup is completed by Lucas Banker (guitar), Clyde Shorey (guitar), Jason Evigan (bass, backing vocals) and Christopher Antonopoulis (drums), are currently shopping around for a record deal. A full-length MP3 of the track "No Sympathy" can currently be downloaded from this location.

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