Plastic Visions announce EP
2013-04-17 by iGuter | 1 Comments
Originally known as The Sex Bombs, Cage the Elephant guitarist Brad Shultz joined forces with his cousin Kane Stewart and started a brand new, raw, punk project: Plastic Visions.

What began as a musical whim, Shultz and Stewart started recording music together in Nashville earlier this year. The band has gained notoriety for playing with Cage the Elephant and GROUPLOVE. The duo's EP, also titled Plastic Visions, will debut on May 21 via Shutlz's very own label, DEATH PANDA.

The band has also offered a free download of their song "Kamikaze" on Purevolume:
http://www.purevolume.com/news/plastic-visions-kamikaze-free-download

Follow the band on their Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/plasticvisionsmusic?group_id=0
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StallionMang
April 17th 2013
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Song kicks major glutes. Excited for this.

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