TRASH LIGHT VISION: New Song Available For Download

TRASH LIGHT VISION, the new band featuring MURDERDOLLS guitarist Acey Slade (ex-DOPE), have uploaded a demo track, entitled "Horns and Halos", at this location.

According to Acey, the New York-based quartet mixes diverse musical influences from REFUSED and THE RAMONES to DAVID BOWIE and GUNS N' ROSES and lyrical content from isolation to world commercialization.

TRASH LIGHT VISION will embark on a U.K. tour beginning on July 1 in Stourbridge. Dates are as follows:

Jul. 01 – Stourbridge, UK @ Rock Cafe
Jul. 02 - Newcastle, UK @ Arena Foyer
Jul. 03 - Blackburn, UK @ King Georges Hall
Jul. 04 - Sheffield, UK @ The Corporation
Jul. 06 - London, UK @ The Underworld
Jul. 07 - Bristol, UK @ The Fleece
Jul. 08 - Coventry, UK @ Jailhouse
Jul. 09 - Bradford, UK @ Rio's
Jul. 10 - Cleethorpes, UK @ Winter Gardens
Jul. 11 - Leeds, UK @ Met.University


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