ANGEL 13 Showcase For Labels, Post New Music

April 15, 2003

New York-based ANGEL 13 have posted two recently-recorded demo tracks for download via their official web site at this location. The band, who consist of Luke Brian (vocals),Timothy Falzone (bass),Marcelo Vaz (guitar),and Scott Harris (drums),have been playing out locally and are currently shopping their music to interested major labels, several of which have apparently been impressed by the group's dark, melodic sound and highly-energetic live performances.

ANGEL 13 are in the process of arranging a host of East Coast shows with a view towards releasing their debut full-length album in late 2003/early 2004.

Upcoming ANGEL 13 dates:

Apr. 17 – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
May 08 – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge

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