PRIMER BLACK: Live Dates Announced

PRIMER BLACK, the new band featuring Ron Kachnic (guitar; MALIGNANCY, MORTICIAN), Desmond Tolhurst (guitar; MALIGNANCY, MORTICIAN, HEAD TRAUMA), Shane Tierney (vocals; LEVIATHAN), Art Micewicz (bass; DIRTY BROWN EYE) and Jim Horan (drums; DIRTY BROWN EYE), have lined up the following dates during the coming weeks:

Jan. 08 - The Webster Theatre - Hartford, CT (w/ ANTHRAX, SWORN ENEMY, GOD FORBID)
Jan. 18 - Don Hills - New York, NY
Jan. 21 - Club Crannell @ The Chance Theatre - Poughkeepsie, NY
Feb. 10 - The Monkey Bar - Danbury, CT
Mar. 02 - The Webster Theatre - Hartford, CT (w/ OVERKILL, PRONG)

PRIMER BLACK recently released their debut two-track single, entitled "Blood on the Headlights", on CD and seven-inch vinyl format via Seventh Level Records. Check out the title track and "Gasoline Attitude" at

PRIMER BLACK are continuing work on their full-length record, tentatively due late spring 2006.

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