Delay over Evil’s new album
Preston noise machines Evil Blizzard play the city tomorrow night – but now won’t be launching their new album.
The band describe their sound as “like a bad day in hell. We pride ourselves on spending more time and effort on our costumes than on song writing, which is blatantly obvious to anyone that’s ever heard us”.
Singer/drummer Mark Whiteside said “The band should have been releasing their debut album through Louder Than War records.
“However, due to a mix up with the distribution plant the album will not be available at the actual launch.
“The band are very sorry for this mix up but to compensate all the travelling fans we will be taking orders for the album which will be now be released around November 10.
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“We have had people emailing us from far and wide such as Glasgow, Oxford, London and Leeds, saying they are attending.
“That’s pretty amazing and for those who order the album on the night, the first 50 people will get a special limited edition bootleg version and a few Blizzard goodies.”
There will be three supports on the night with Strange Rooftops, French band Sudden Death of Stars and Cat called Dog.
Entry is free and there is an after-show party at Blitz nightclub.