INNER SURGE To Support PAUL DI'ANNO On Canadian Tour
According to a Cyclone Records newsletter, Canada's politically charged hardcore/metal act INNER SURGE have been confirmed as the support act for former IRON MAIDEN frontman Paul Di'Anno's upcoming Canadian tour, which is scheduled to take place this September. Exact cities and dates for the 20-show trek will be announced soon. INNER SURGE will also be playing dates during August in the U.S. with CREATURE REPUBLIC.
INNER SURGE recently launched their music video for the first single off their critically acclaimed new album "Signals Screaming", entitled "Retribution Song". The track was inspired by the massacre in Uzbekistan last year, where roughly 900 men, women and children were gunned down by the country's army while peacefully protesting their authoritarian government.
"Retribution Song" is available for stream and download at www.cabrassoundtrack.com. The song will also be featured on the "Cabras" movie soundtrack, due for release along with the movie in 2007.
INNER SURGE's new album, "Signals Screaming", was released in April through Cyclone Records.
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