SLAVE TO THE SYSTEM: Live Dates Announced

SLAVE TO THE SYSTEM, the band featuring Scott Rockenfield (drums, QUEENSRŸCHE), Kelly Gray (guitar, ex-QUEENSRŸCHE), and Damon Johnson (guitar/vocals, BROTHER CANE), have lined up the following dates in February/March:

Feb. 25 - Walton Beach, FL @ The Swamp
Mar. 01 - Huntsville, AL @ Sammy T's

More dates will be announced soon.

SLAVE TO THE SYSTEM will re-release their debut album through Spitfire Records on February 21. The first single from the album, "Stigmata", will go for radio adds on February 6.

According to a press release, the members of SLAVE TO THE SYSTEM combine their various influences and approaches to create something that will appeal to a broad spectrum of listeners. By pooling their talents, the members of SLAVE TO THE SYSTEM evoke music that is both reminiscent of hard rock veterans like THE WHO, LED ZEPPELIN, DEEP PURPLE and THIN LIZZY, as well as a younger breed of music akin to AUDIOSLAVE and VELVET REVOLVER."


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