THEORY OF RUIN To Issue Debut In September

San Francisco Bay Area's THEORY OF RUIN, featuring former NAILBOMB/FUDGE TUNNEL frontman Alex Newport, have pushed back the release date of their full-length debut, entitled Counter-Culture Nosebleed, to September 17th through Escape Artist Records. However, for those who just can't wait, they will be available in advance from the Escape Artist web site (via mailorder) sometime in mid-August. The record will be distributed domestically through Lumberjack and Caroline, in Europe through Conspiracy Distribution, and in the UK through Shellshock.

The full track listing for Counter-Culture Nosebleed is as follows:

01. Asleep At The Wheel
02. Missives On A Recurring Theme
03. A Friendly Reminder
04. Type A Male
05. Profiteering
06. Translate It
07. Blasted

In other news, THEORY OF RUIN are tentatively planning on hitting the road in November and then again in February of 2003. Exact dates and venues will be announced in the months to come.


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