New Digital Daggers LP
2012-05-28 by Jom STAFF | 2 Comments

Los Angeles' Digital Daggers have announced that their debut album The Devil Within will be released July 3rd. The band posted a teaser video earlier this month to Youtube, which can be viewed below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMMVCcgamR4

The Devil Within is preceded by the Human Emotion EP and various teasers, including covers of "Head Over Heels" (Tears for Fears) and "New York, New York" (Liza Minnelli, Frank Sinatra), as well as other new tracks, including "State of Seduction" and "Where the Lonely Ones Roam".

http://www.digital-daggers.com/

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bloc
May 28th 2012

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Great news, it's about time these guys put out a LP. I like their sound quite a bit.

And holy hell, a Head Over Heels cover? I need to listen to that pronto.

Digging: Gamma Ray - Empire of the Undead

foreverburning
May 28th 2012

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