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Living Dead Lights


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Taka Tamada - Lead Vocals/Guitar
Alan Damien – Lead Guitar/ Vocals/ Keys
Martin Kelly – Bass/ Vocals
Nick Battani – Drums/Percussion/ Keys

Living Dead Lights are a Rock band from Los Angeles Ca. The band was formed in 2008. Their “Dead Edition” Ep was picked up and distributed by Hot Topic Corp through Dead Republic Music Group in The United States in 2010. The band signed with European label GB Sound in 2012 and is set for a worldwide release of their full length debut album “Black Letters” in 2014. The band has been particularly successful in the USA and in Europe, with their song “What Do You Do?” charting on the Billboard Alternative Rock Charts, and they have been featured in magazines such as Rolling Stone Magazine, Metal Hammer Magazine , Heavy Rock Magazine, Savage Tattoo Magazine Living Dead Lights was founded in 2008 and released their first ep, “Dead Edition” in 2010, with Dead Republic Music Group. It was produced by Bradley Cook, mixed by Fred Archambault and mastered by Eddy Schreyer. The album caught the attention of Andrea Carrarro of Rolling Stone Magazine, who did a full page write up on the band in Europe, In the article Carraro named the band as a”guaranteed mega-hit” and the“Coolest thing to hit a stage in over 10 years”. The success would continue to carry on as European Label GB Sound would catch interest in the band offering them a touring contract.


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