TONY IOMMI's Daughter To Support BREED 77 On U.K. Tour
LUNARMILE, the British band featuring frontwoman Toni-Marie Iommi (daughter of BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi) and bassist Alex Hill (son of JUDAS PRIEST bassist Ian Hill), will support BREED 77 on a U.K. tour starting on April 21 in Manchester at Academy 3. Also appearing on the bill is FOREVER NEVER. The dates are as follows:
Apr 21 - Manchester @ Academy 3
Apr 23 - Nottingham @ Rock City
Apr 25 - Bristol @ Academy
Apr 26 - London @ Underworld
Apr 28 - Birmingham @ Academy 2
Apr 30 - Oxford @ Zodiak
LUNARMILE recently uploaded a new demo song, entitled "Rock Bottom", to its MySpace page.
LUNARMILE's latest EP features the three tracks "4 AM", "Get Over Yourself" and "I Know", all of which are also available via iTunes. In addition, the CD format includes a bonus acoustic version of the track "Stay".
(Thanks: Shawn / LunarMile Fan Discussion Group at MySpace)
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