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Villainy Premier Their Music Video ‘Alligator Skin’ Online

Published: Thu 19 May 2011 10:15 AM
Villainy Premier Their Music Video ‘Alligator Skin’ Online
Maniacal Auckland Rock band, Villainy, will exclusively premier their hard-hitting new music video ‘Alligator Skin’ online from today. Rock fans eager to check out the lead single from the band’s forthcoming debut album will have access via Villainy’s band website and Facebook page.
Creating a sound that traverses musical fault lines; Villainy is best described as dark, intricate, and engaging alternative rock. Since early 2011, the Auckland-based four piece have been dividing their time between their home city and Melbourne, tracking their debut album. The record, due to land late this year, is being crafted under the guidance of producer Tom Larkin (Shihad, Julia Deans, Calling All Cars).
‘Alligator Skin’ will be serviced to radio in the coming weeks and the single will be available from digital retailers from early June, but until then make sure you check it out here: www.facebook.com/villainymusic and Villainy’s website: www.villainymusic.com
ENDS

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