Saturday, February 21, 2015

DEATH ALLEY Sign to Tee Pee Records

Amsterdam Heavyweights to Unleash Debut LP Black Magick Boogieland May 19
"Death Alley is a band that makes proto punk with a dab of psychedelics...Come, because there is beer and rock. ROCK!" - VICE
Amsterdam's heavy, punked-out, proto-metal outlaws DEATH ALLEY have signed to NYC's Tee Pee Records. The ferocious four piece will let loose the full length LP, Black Magick Boogieland, on May 19. The album is the highly anticipated debut from the underground band featuring former The Devil’s Blood guitarist Oeds Beydals and ex-members of Gewapend Beton and Mühr.
The sound of DEATH ALLEY has been described as "an unorthodox cross contamination of MC5, Captain Beyond, Blue Öyster Cult, Motörhead and Black Sabbath" and "Rock ‘N' Roll played with metal finesse and a pitch black psychedelic soul". In 2013, DEATH ALLEY released the limited 12" split vinyl single, "Peter Pan Speedrock vs. Death Alley", which announced the group's formation with a vengeance. The band's debut 7" -- Over Under b/w Dead Man’s Bones -- dropped last year via Van Records and was hailed as "a serious musical Rock ’N' Roll statement." DEATH ALLEY followed the release of the 7" with an appearance at the 2014 Roadburn Festival and month-long European tour with new label mates, The Shrine.
"It’s thrilling to release our first full-length on Tee Pee, to become part of a family of bands whose music inspires us and with people we know well," says DEATH ALLEY front man Douwe. "It's about time Tee Pee opens the gates to Black Magick Boogieland."

More information on DEATH ALLEY's Black Magick Boogieland, including new music, will be issued soon. Stay tuned to for breaking news and updates.
   Check out a VICE tour diary on DEATH ALLEY now at this location.

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     DEATH ALLEY is available to speak with interested media now. To chat with the band / request an advance copy of Black Magick Boogieland, simply contact Carl Schultz @ ACTION! PR.

   "the place where neo-heavy fuzz and traditional punk rock meet...that moment where gritty metal began to move away from heavy rock and punk and into something new"- THE OBELISK

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