DAMN13: New EP, Video Posted Online

October 12, 2002

DAMN13, the new project of MONSTER VOODOO MACHINE vocalist Adam Sewell, have made available for download the follow-up to their 1999 The Dynamite Gospel EP, entitled Riot Rock 666, at this location.

The tracks featured are as follows:

01. Destroy A*Go Go
02. Broken Bones
03. I'll Give You Fire

Also available for download is the full-length music video for "I'll Give You Fire".

In other news, DAMN 13 will be performing a live-to-air concert broadcast on CKMS' metal radio show, Space In Your Face, on Thursday, October 17th from 10:00 p.m. until midnight (EST). The performance will be broadcast over the Internet. For more information on how to tune into the webcast, click here.

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