San Francisco-based rockers AMERICAN HEARTBREAK, who feature in their ranks ex-JETBOY guitarist Billy Rowe and former EXODUS bass player Michael Butler, will release their fourth CD, "You Will Not be Getting Paid", on July 1 through Perris Records.
The album, which contains five live and five acoustic songs, will come in a special package that will also include a remixed version of the band's first EP, "What You Deserve". The five live tracks were recorded during the band's last European tour in the summer of 2002, while the acoustic tracks were laid down earlier this year in Billy Rowe's home studio. Included on the acoustic portion of the CD are covers of CHEAP TRICK's "Come On, Come On" and STARZ's "Outfit". A U.S. and European tour will follow later in the summer, consisting of acoustic in-store performances at record stores during the day and full club shows in the evenings. A possible Japanese Tour is in the works as well.
Upcoming AMERICAN HEARTBREAK tour dates:
Jul. 04 - Alameda, CA @ USS Hornet lower deck @ 4:30pm PDT at Alameda Naval Base (FREE SHOW, all ages)
(Thanks: Ace Annese / Reality Check TV)
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