PRONG To Release New EP In The Fall

PRONG To Release New EP In The Fall

PRONG is spending July in the studio with producer Chris Collier ("No Absolutes", "Zero Days") recording two tracks for a new EP, to be released in the fall. The songs will be mixed by Terry Date ("Cleansing", "Rude Awakening").

In August, the "Cleansing" 25th-anniversary tour lands in Europe, where PRONG will hit festivals as well as play intimate club shows in select cities.

In September/October, PRONG will reunite with fellow New Yorkers AGNOSTIC FRONT for a series of East Coast shows. Later in October, PRONG will join HATEBREED for two shows in Arizona.

PRONG's latest album, "Zero Days", was released in July 2017 via Steamhammer/SPV. The disc was once again produced by founding member Tommy Victor, with trusted collaborator Collier as co-producer and engineer.

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