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PRESS RELEASE 09/04/2012 666 Reasons single release
Heavy sleaze rockers, Eightball Voodoo, release a new digital split single featuring the songs 666 Reasons and The Devil's country. The single is available from iTunes, Amazon mp3, Spotify, Deezer and all good online retailers. The international gang of reprobates forge ahead with their own brand of hell spawned, whisky fuelled, blistering heavy sleaze rock which whilst paying homage to the sunset strip scene of the late eighties/early nineties, is firmly an original blend of sleaze rock and heavy metal! Featuring Jay R and Rob Silver who were big players in the London sleaze revival circa 2005-2009 and Deangersmith, Robi Smith and Ralph Margo all legendary veterans of the South African heavy metal scene.Two video's are in production for the single and an e.p is planned for release later in the year. Eightball Voodoo are also offering a free download of the dark acoustic ballad, "Fall from grace" to everyone. Simply go to the Facebook page or website to find out how!
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We are proud to announce that BLAYDON RACES will be released on the 07/11/2011 on iTunes, Amazon mp3, Spotify and all good online music retailers.
Heavy sleaze rockers EIGHTBALL VOODOO are proud to announce that they will be releasing a version of the famous Geordie folk song "Blaydon races" as a single in the U.K on the 15th August 2011. The song is sung by supporters of the Newcastle United football club as a football chant and was wrote by Geordie Ridley in 1862. It may seem a strange choice for a heavy sleaze rock band but Jay R, Eightball Voodoo's lead singer states, "I've wanted to do a version of the song for a long time as I've a lot of Geordie family and friends but for some reason or another it never happened. Then Deangersmith came up with a fucking killer riff for it and we decided to do it with Eightball Voodoo. The decision to release it before the 666 reasons e.p is purely to do with schedules and 666 Reasons will be released worldwide a couple of weeks after Blaydon."
Alan Kerr of Deadboy designs will be providing the artwork for the single which will be released digitally through iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and all good online stores. Blaydon races will also be available on the special Japanese edition of 666 Reasons.
In other news, Geoffrey Ulrich of Graven Images films based in Los Angeles will be directing and producing a video for 666 reasons.
We are getting real close to announcing the tentative release date for the 666 Reasons e.p and major news coming about Japan, an U.K only single and much more!!! Sleaze 'n roll!!