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Autozamm, November Zulu, Invader Cain


Thu 17 May 2012, 9:00pm

Where: Bodega, 101 Ghuznee St, Te Aro, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

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Three of the finest rock bands are armed with new releases and joining forces for the first time to hit the road this May.

Autozamm, November Zulu and Invader Cain will play six shows around the North Island, including two shows in Wellington (All Ages and R18), Palmerston North, Hamilton, Auckland and North Shore.

It’s been almost a year since the release of Autozamm’s album 5th degree and the last tour around the country. After having played consistently for the last 9 years, the band states “it's been nice to have a decent break and get excited about performing again.” The new single The Review is currently in the recording process at Roundhead Studios with Captain Hook at the helm, and will be out later this month.

With the new single Adrenaline just released to radio, November Zulu have had a busy few months writing and recording the forthcoming EP No More Fun and Games at Roundhead Studios. The band is looking forward to being back on the road all guns blazing with new band members and brand new material.

Back of Your Mind is Invader Cain's second single in their upcoming EP Feeling the Trend but Thinking Again. Produced and recorded at York Street Recording Studios with Hayden Taylor (who previously produced Blacklist and has worked with The Black Eyed Peas and The Feelers). Check out their website for a fully animated video, inspired by the 1978 film The Water Babies.

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