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MORAL DILEMMA 7" AND ON TOUR WITH D.R.I.
Saturday, 07 July 2012

MORAL DILEMMA's new single is out on Monday 9th July, and they are hitting the road with crossover legends D.R.I. !

MORAL DILEMMA's new single "Bigger Cages, Longer Chains" is out on Monday 9th July - but you can buy it now in the Household Name Webstore.

3 blazing tracks on briiliant Red Vinyl, single also comes wirth a free download card, and if you don't like buying 'stuff' anymore (?) you can knock yr digital self out at the iTunes store, eMusic, 7 Digital etc throughout the world

Recorded and produced by Peter Miles (The King Blues, We Are the Ocean, Crazy Arm) and marks the band’s first new material since 2009’s Agree to Disagree album. Abrasive and raw charges of politicized punk rock, hard-hitting and angry, yet poetic at the core. Bigger Cages, Longer Chains looks set to follow in its predecessors’ footsteps.

To celebrate the new release MORAL DILEMMA are joing the UK leg of D.R.I.'s 30th Anniversary Tour :

22nd - CARDIFF @ Bogiez with DRI

24th - NEWCASTLE @ Trillians with DRI

25th - GLASGOW @ Ivory Blacks with DRI

26th - LONDON @ Boston Arms with DRI
https://www.facebook.com/events/391610700856167/

Just in case you didn't know....

Dirty Rotten Imbeciles (also known as D.R.I.) is a thrash metal/crossover thrash band from the United States that formed in Houston, in 1982. The band currently comprises founding members, vocalist Kurt Brecht and guitarist Spike Cassidy, as well as drummer Rob Rampy and bassist Harald Oimoen.

The integration of their hardcore punk roots with thrash metal influences was a stylistic catalyst for their contemporaries —most notably Suicidal Tendencies, Corrosion of Conformity, and Stormtroopers of Death— alongside whom they are considered pioneers of what would later be called "crossover thrash."