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ACROSS THE ATLANTIC Talk 'Works Of Progress' In Track By Track Video






ACROSS THE ATLANTIC Release Track By Track Video For New Album 'Works Of Progress'


San Antonio, Texas' hottest newcomers, ACROSS THE ATLANTIC have released a new track by track video in which they talk every song off of their upcoming label debut, Works Of Progress. The video also features sound snippets of each track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNSkJnOqlz






Check out the video for 'Sundress Funeral' which premiered on Rock Sound last week:https://youtu.be/H_v7XByaWtg

Pre-order your copy of the album:
CD
Digital album

Catch up on the other episodes:
Episode #1: https://youtu.be/egiT4lyr_bk
Episode #2: https://youtu.be/JC1GkoflZhg
Episode #3: https://youtu.be/lyynQQ7qt20
Episode #4: https://youtu.be/gLe6l65eicI
Episode #5: https://youtu.be/no4Lr0MKuG8
Episode #6: https://youtu.be/aTddCmfd7lI
'24 Hours': https://youtu.be/YTO1f_1Qt7U
'Playing For Keeps': https://youtu.be/oN3sH4-ROfg
'Sundress Funeral': https://youtu.be/H_v7XByaWtg

The band recently got confirmed to tour Europe supporting German alternative rock act ALAZKA and Swedish newcomers IMMINENCE in September.

The tour will start only 2 weeks after the release Works Of Progress which is set for a worldwide September 1release via SharpTone Records.

ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
w/ ALAZKA & IMMINENCE
17.09.17 Germany Hannover @ Mephisto
18.09.17 Germany Dortmund @ FZW
19.09.17 UK Cardiff @ Fuel
20.09.17 UK London @ The Black Heart
22.09.17 Germany Trier @ Exhaus
23.09.17 Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff
24.09.17 Italy Milan @ Circolo Svolta
25.09.17 Austria Wien @ Chelsea
26.09.17 Germany Berlin @ Musik & Frieden
27.09.17 Poland Warsaw @ Hydrozagadka
28.09.17 Czech Rep Prague @ Rock Cafe
29.09.17 Germany Dresden @ Konk Klub
30.09.17 Germany Stuttgart @ KellerKlub

Tickets: http://geni.us/ALAZKATour

The band consists of singer Jay Martinez backed by guitarists Jason Lugo & Julio Bautista along side bassist Jayy Garza & drummer Cody Cook.

More info coming soon - stay tuned!

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