||REPAIR TO RUIN RELEASE VIDEO FOR NEW SONG 'APOLOGIES'
8 May 2014
London Metal crunchers Repair To Ruin have just released a video for a brand song 'Apologies' which is taken from their forthcoming eponymous debut album which will be released at the beginning of September this year.
Formed in 2012, the London based modern rock band released a 5 track EP in 2012 mastered by John Mitchell. Repair To Ruin members Jake Leigh - Guitar/Vocals, Jason Sayers - Drums and Nick Goldfinch - Guitar are planning on releasing their debut self titled 12 track album on September 1st 2014. It was mixed and mastered by Matt Hyde (Bullet For My Valentine, Fightstar, Slipknot).
Repair To Ruin are far from your conventional British rock band. Drawing influences from bands such as Papa Roach, CKY and Sevendust, the London based trio bring together crunchy detuned riffs, explosive drums and melodic vocals to create a sound not typically found on these shores.
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The band's debut 5 track EP titled "Not Alone", mastered by John Mitchell (Alter Bridge, Funeral For A Friend, You Me At Six), was released to all major download and streaming outlets in Spring 2013. After playing in venues around the capital over the summer, the band headed back into the studio to record their debut full length album.
The self titled 12 track debut album is due to be released September 1st 2014. It will be available through iTunes and all good digital distribution.
Repair To Ruin will play a showcase date at the Camden Underworld on May 15th.
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