THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT: Full-Length Debut Now Available

THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT, the new band formed by ex-P.O.D. guitarist Marcos Curiel, have released their full-length debut, "United We Fear", online through indieTunes, packaged with three live bonus tracks that will not be appearing on the physical CD version of the album. The band is offering its fans the full 14-track album plus three live songs for $9.99 as an early download before the CD is available.

Produced by guitarist Marcos Curiel and mixed by F. Reid Shippen, "United We Fear" is comprised of tracks ranging from the band's earliest recordings to songs captured in early 2005.

You can preview tracks and purchase your copy now at indieTunes.

THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT have announced a fall U.S. tour in support of the new album for the months of October and early November, along with PRESENCE (Atlantic Records). Confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.

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