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DOLL SKIN RELEASE DAVID ELLEFSON PRODUCED DEBUT LP IN YOUR FACE

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Since forming in Phoenix in 2013, DOLL SKIN, Vocalist Sydney Dolezal, Guitarist Alex Snowden, Bassist Nicole Rich, and Drummer Meghan Herring,have taken the World by storm, playing shows and touring with Social Distortion, Slunt, DRI, Metal Allegiance, HELLYEAH, Shiprocked 2016, and many more, with an international press blitz pouring in from around the Globe, and adds and spins on hundreds of radio stations around the World, including almost weekly spins since 2015 on the uber-influential LA station KROQ, where they have become a favorite of legendary DJRodney Bingenheimer, with 3 different singles in rotation on his Rodney on the Roq.


On Friday, April 15th, the band releases IN YOUR FACE (Again), via EMP Label Group/eOne Distribution, a full length version of their 2015 digital EP IN YOUR FACE, produced by Megadeth bassist David Ellefson.


The extended 9 track retail version features new tracks including “Furious Fixation”, mixed by Richard Easterling (American Head Charge, Fuel), and a “Punk’D” demo version of their first single “Family of Strangers.”


"It's a rocking kick in the face that you don't want to miss. We've got some fun new surprises on it and it'll leave you wanting more" says Doll Skin bassist Nicole Rich.


Tracklist :

Family of Strangers

Wring Me Out

Let’s Be Honest

Blind

So Much Nothing

Weatherman

Furious Fixation

Woman

Family of Strangers (Punk’D Mix


The video for latest single “Let’s Be Honest” premiered exclusively via REVOLVER MAGAZINE earlier this month and can be viewed here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMs5qZRlyHM







The band who recently played Shiprocked 2016, as well as dates with HELLYEAH and the Dead Kennedys, are currently out with Otep, Lacey Sturm, September Mourning and Through Fire, before jumping on a handful of newly announced dates with HELLYEAH, ESCAPE THE FATE and SUNFLOWER DEAD.


2016 TOUR DATES:


With Otep, Lacey Sturm, September Mourning, Through Fire

4/15 - Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven

4/16 - Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater

4/17- Spokane, WA @ The Pin

4/18 - Walla Walla, WA @ Main Street Studios

4/19 - Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory

4/20 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater

4/21 - Omaha, NE @ Sokol Underground

4/22 - Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze

4/23 - Ringle, WI @ Q&Z Expo Center

4/24 - Arlington Heights, IL @ HOME Bar

4/26 - Crest Hill, IL @ Bada Brew

4/27 - Rock Falls, IL @ Longshots

4/28 - Indianapolis, IN @ 5th Quarter

4/29 - Detroit, MI @ Harpos

4/30 - Battle Creek, MI @ The Music Factory

5/1 - Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom

5/3 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar

5/4 - Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall

5/5 - Clifton Park, NJ @ Upstate Concert Hall

5/6 - Reading, PA @ Reverb

5/7 - Worcester, MA @ Palladium

5/9 - New York, NY @ Webster Hall

5/10 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground

5/11 - Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage

5/12 - Knoxville, TN @ The International

5/13 - Fayetteville, NC @ Rock Shop

5/14 - St. Petersburg, FL @ State Theater

5/15 - Jacksonville, FL @ Harmonious Monks

5/17 - Clarksville, TN @ Warehouse

5/18 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade

5/19 - New Orleans, LA @ Southport Music Hall

5/20 - Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog

5/21 - Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey

5/23 - Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom

5/24 - San Antonio, TX @ Rock Box

5/27 - Phoenix, AZ @ Joe's Grotto

5/28 - Los Angeles, CA @ Whisky A Go Go


W/ HELLYEAH, ESCAPE THE FATE, & SUNFLOWER DEAD

June 01 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Rockwell at The Complex

June 03 - San Diego, CA @ House Of Blues

June 04 - Riverside, CA @ Riverside Municipal Auditorium

June 05 - Las Vegas, NV @ SLS / The Foundry


For More Information Please Visit:

http://www.dollskinband.com/

https://www.facebook.com/dollskinband/

http://www.emplabelgroup.com/

https://www.facebook.com/emplabelgroup

http://empmerch.com/

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