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Apocalypse Blues Revue

Apocalypse Blues Revue

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MARKETING & PROMOTION •Adverts in rock, metal, blues and mainstream magazines •Reviews and interviews in metal, rock and blues magazines •Highly integrated campaign through all social media networks including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. •Multiple video’s: music videos, band documentary, track by track video SELLING POINTS •The Apocalypse Blues Revue is founded by Godsmack drummer Shannon Larkin and guitarist Tony Rombola. •TABR is best to described as melodic and groovin’ Blues Rock with touches of Hendrix, The Doors and heavy rock + punk elements. •Mixed by Dave Fortman (the guitarist for Ugly Kid Joe), who has worked with bands such as Superjoint Ritual, Atomship, Eyehategod, Godsmack, Mudvayne, Otep, Simple Plan, Slipknot, Evanescence and Anthrax. •TABR played their first US show last month during the sold out Fort Rock Festival. •“The Tower” features a guest solo from the modern blues icon Eric Gales.
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