IWRESTLEDABEARONCE, the band from Shreveport, Louisiana which mashes up elements of electro, grind and jazz, has finished recording its debut full-length for Century Media Records at producer Ross Robinson's studio with Ryan Boesch (NORMA JEAN) at the helm. A spring release is expected.
IWRESTLEDABEARONCE has left the sunny city of Los Angeles and is preparing to wrestle fans across the country. The band's first tour of 2009 will kick off in March and will include GREELEY ESTATES, MEMPHIS MAY FIRE and Japan's FACT. This is just the beginning as the band plans to be on the road throughout this year.
Commented guitarist Steven: "We just finished up our full-length Century Media debut with our buddy Ryan Boesch producing/engineering/spiritually advising, and we are beyond stoked at how it turned out! It shows a definite evolution from our old stuff, but is for sure in the same vein. Now we have to impatiently wait for it to be mixed/mastered and released."
He added, "Come hang out with us on the upcoming GREELEY ESTATES tour and let us know what you think of the new songs! We haven't been on tour in months and are ready to come see you folks again with a new batch of songs!"
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