BAD WAY To Release 'Dead Letters' In March

Spanish rockers BAD WAY will release their sophomore album, "Dead Letters", on March 23, 2009. Helmed by top Spanish producer Gonzalo Parreño (UZZUAHIA, LA PULQUERÍA), mixed by Roger García (UZZUAHIA, MONKEY HOLE) and mastered by Mika Jussila (HIM, NIGHTWISH), "Dead Letters" will include 11 songs, of which you can hear a snippet at www.badway.net.

Since its first album, "From Zero To Hero", came out, BAD WAY has continued to receive excelent reviews for both the CD and the band's stage presence. This gave them the opportunity to open for top international bands like LORDI, TWISTED SISTER and NASHVILLE PUSSY, among others.

BAD WAY recently recruited lead guitarrist Evodi as the replacement for Martin Lehrner.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/badway.

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