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Molly Karloff to release new EP “Supernaturalation” on March 6th 2020

Molly Karloff, the hard-hitting, three-piece British alt-rock, grunge rock band, release their highly anticipated follow-up EP, “Supernaturalation” on Friday 6th March 2020.

The EP is distributed digitally by Cargo, physically by Roulette Media and available to pre-order on Friday 10th January, here.

Failure to perform first three albums in trio of July 2020 residencies

Failure perform their first three albums, “Comfort”, “Magnified” and “Fantastic Planet”, in their entirety in a trio of July residencies: July 9 to 11 at Chicago’s Thalia Hall, July 16 to 18 at The Echoplex in Los Angeles and July 23 to 25 at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom.

Dead Original

Always a pleasure meeting up with you guys. Thanks again for the opportunity to talk to us about everything that’s coming up, including the new album, “Bought and Sold”.
 
Paul: No problem man! Yeah some things with the album got pushed back. But we’re on track with it now.
 
 
Have you been signed to a label now, or are you going independent?
 

Scott Stapp live in Orlando, Florida 2019

First up to take the stage at the Hard Rock Live was California’s Sunflower Dead. This hard rocking band has been building steam with three albums that have been successively better than the previous release. Having toured with bands like Hellyeah, In This Moment, and Korn they have definitely learned from their tour mates. Having decided to ditch the makeup and theatrics that used to be one of their trademarks and concentrate on just the music proved to be a wise move as their latest release “C O M A” is a strong effort.