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The Two Tens are set to release their follow-up effort to their acclaimed debut album Volume later this summer. Not only have the themes of heartbreak, heartache and depression reared their heads again on the L.A.-based duo’s new studio LP, On Repeat, but the pile-driving rock that dominates these 13 original tracks, along with a bludgeoning cover of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s “Nerve Damage!,” are an equal and familiar punch-in-the-gut.
What isn’t ‘on repeat’ on this effort, however, is the fact that there are some actual honest love songs featured in the mix. As singer/guitarist Adam Bones explains, “I went through some major ups and downs in the time we were writing this album and I’m pretty sure it shows.” 52h4_thetwotens2suzimoonweb

Building on the raw garage-punk that dominated their previous effort, the duo has also expanded their musical palette to include a poppier edge to some of the tracks. “We wanted On Repeat to be different than Volume,” drummer/background vocalist Rikki Styxx admits. “We had talked about adding more layers and getting more creative with sounds overall. We were fortunate enough to work with renown producer John Fields who has his hands in a lot of ‘pop’ albums. Also Adam started writing more love songs. There’s something to swing your hips to and something to crowd surf to. It’s got a lot of flavors that’s for sure.”

THE TWO TENS (photo: Suzi Moon)
The band recorded and tracked three songs for the album with Fields at his Minneapolis studio, Creation Audio. Like Volume before it, they had producer/manager Bruce Duff produce the rest of the songs for On Repeat, with Paul Roessler engineering at Kitten Robot Studios and Toneduff Studio.
The Two Tens plan to hit the road hard later this summer in support of On Repeat (dates to be announced soon) and promise a number of music videos to accompany the high-octane tracks that fuel this new release.
The Two Tens’ On Repeat will be available on vinyl, CD, digital and streaming formats August 18th.

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Black Cat Rebellion
Brad St. Patrick – Guitar + Vocals
Rob Nüetzmann – Bass
Mike West – Guitar
Chris Grady – Drums

Dark and Dangerous Rock ‘N’ Roll. The band tours frequently, from East to West coast, across the United States. Aside from their own tours, Black Cat has played many festivals; including the Heavy Rebel Weekender, Oranje, Cornerstone, and Drop Dead Festival. They have also appeared as the soundtrack to an episode of ESPN 2’s “Hot Rod Trucks” show. In print, the band has also appeared in several magazines, including Vive Le Rock, Loud, Fast, Rules and PORK.

Black Cat Rebellion’s album “Lovers Of The Bizarre” is now available through Man Della Records on vinyl in April 2017 (click here to order vinyl)

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