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DEAD ALPHABET performs the song "MAN WITH NO BASS" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY NATALIE CHAPMAN

Dead Alphabet met in a dark, airless room and inappropriately attempted to get their instruments to mate. Two years later, this is still their goal. The music spawned from the skins, cymbals, speakers and strings is a frenzied beast child. It's loud, abrasive and doesn't take no for an answer. It is not, however, a problem child: recent successes, including American and European Tours, an EP available at Look & Listen stores countrywide (The Kill, 2010) and a nomination for Best Rock at this year's MK awards (for the music video, Eat You Alive), show that the music has the legs to run, and it plans to run far indeed.

Spending days in tour vans, sharing sleeping space with guitars and amps, is something the band are very used to, having extensively toured South Africa and covering five countries in their recent attack on Europe. The band took to stages in England, Holland, Belgium, Germany and France. In June this year Dead Alphabet once more embarked on an overseas tour, playing 10 shows in 13 days across California, Nevada, Ohio and New York.

The latest video Blood on My Fist; which features intimate footage of the band on tour in Europe, recently climbed to number 2 on the MK charts. It is the first track on a release of three singles. The EP that was performed live in studio - an approach that captures the bombast, energy and tightness of their live stage shows. The band writhes on stage, as hip-shaking rock 'n roll rhythms demand you to dance. And dance you shall.

Check out the link below for music, videos and photos

http://www.deadalphabet.com

https://www.facebook.com/DEADALPHABET

CREDITS / SPONSORS
SSTREAMM
RANDLORDS
MARSHALL MUSIC WOODMEAD
ROLLING STONE SOUTH AFRICA

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