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5th July 2013

attica rage

Attica Rage have released a new single, 'Long Ride Home', from the critically-acclaimed album '88MPH', along with a bonus live track, 'Road Dog Forever', recorded and filmed at Hard Rock Hell in December 2012.

The tracks are released worldwide via Off Yer Rocka Recordings and available to download from iTunes and all major music stores.

The live video of 'Road Dog Forever' accompanies the release, along with a promotional video from album producer roddymacaudio, showing the band in the studio recording 'Long Ride Home'. Both videos are available to watch below.

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Attica Rage hit the road this autumn for a UK headline tour promoting '88MPH', kicking off with a main stage slot at the Cambridge Rock Festival on 4th August before UK headline dates from September, joined by some of the finest up n' coming new bands including Trucker Diablo, Fantasist, Estrella, Dakesis, Resin, Captain Horizon, The Goddamn Electric, Dana O'Hara, Rockburn and many more. Tickets are on sale now for all tour dates.

Sun 4 Aug Cambridge Rock Festival
Thu 5 Sep Kendal Bootleggers Bar
Fri 6 Sep London Mother Live
Sat 7 Sep Manchester Satans Hollow
Sun 8 Sep Sutton-in-Ashfield The Diamond
Thu 12 Sep Birmingham Roadhouse
Fri 13 Sep Cardiff Bogiez
Sat 14 Sep Redhill Hell Fire Club
Sat 28 Sep Glasgow Classic Grand
Sat 05 Oct Ballymena (N.Ireland) Diamond Rock Club

New album '88MPH' has been snapped up by fans since its release with international sales and positive reviews from the rock press. 'Long Ride Home' is the third single to be released from the album and the band are setting their fans a special challenge: to pass one copy of the CD album around the world in 88 days and return it back to Glasgow by 3rd October, in time for the last date of their UK album tour.

On 8th July, Attica Rage will post a fan in England a pack containing one '88MPH' CD album, a world map and Attica stickers - the fan marks their location on the map with a sticker and signature and uploads a photo or video clip of them with the CD to the band's Facebook page. The fan then posts the CD pack onto another Attica Rage fan in another country, with that next fan repeating the process.

The band and Facebook followers will be able to track the album's journey as it's passed across the globe over the following 12 weeks and witness it's long ride home. back to Glasgow for the end of the band's UK tour.

Every fan who takes part, reports in and forwards on the pack will be sent their own CD, signed by the band, at the end of the 88 day challenge, with one participant selected at random receiving a goody bag packed full of Attica Rage '88MPH' merchandise.


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