Riverboat Gamblers w/New LP, Free MP3

 

 

Underneath the Owl due
March 10.

 

By Blurt Staff

 

 

En route for March 10 is the next album from Austin’s Riverboat
Gamblers, the Mudrock-produced Underneath
the Owl
(East West). This will be the followup to their 2006 Volcom Records release To the Confusion of Our Enemies;
see below for the bio scoop.

 

Meanwhile, to drum up some advance buzz, the group’s
offering up a free MP3 of the first singe, “A Choppy, Yet Sincere Apology”.
There are several places you can nab it from:

 

I Like:

www.ilike.com/artist/The+Riverboat+Gamblers

 

Pure
Volume:

 

http://www.purevolume.com/riverboatgamblers

 

Official
band website:

 

http://www.theriverboatgamblers.com

 

 

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On the band:

 

 

Originally formed in 1997, the Gamblers built a
local following and busted out of the Denton
TX college scene in 2001 on the
back of their self-released 7″ single “Jenna Is A No Show”. With that the band
began to take the show from the dives bars and house parties of UNT on to the
rest of the country. Austin
punk legend Tim Kerr produced their self-titled debut album that was released
on the D.C. based Vile Beat Records. A couple years later, despite rabid
major-label interest (in part derived from an explosive set at 2003’s South by
Southwest festival), the Gamblers released their second album “Something
To Crow About” through San
Francisco’s Gearhead Records. In 2006 the band
recorded and released their debut for Volcom Entertainment, “To The Confusion
Of Our Enemies”, and hit the road with Against Me!, Eagles of Death Metal,
Horrorpops, The Rollins Band, X, Joan Jett and co-headlined the inaugural
Volcom Tour in the U.S. with label mates, Valient Thorr.

 

 

 

Photo Credit: Gary Copeland

 

 

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