Paranoid Visions will launch their Beware Of The God LP with a gig in the Academy this March.
Three years after the band reformed officially, Paranoid Visions release their new album, Beware Of The God, with a gig in the Academy 2 on March 7.
The band's third studio album features 11 tracks, including the single 'Missing In Action', which was one of the winners of the recent Hot Press/Tisch competition, earning the band the chance to have a professional quality music video made for them. Check out the finished product:
The new record is also the first to feature new members Aoife Destruction (vocals) and Steo Pain (samples and inserts), and if the stellar single is anything to go by, it'll be well worth checking out.
Admission for the album launch gig is €10, with support from Moutpiece, Liz is Evil and special guests Shame Academy, which features ex members of Rudi and the Outcasts.
If you want to catch them in the meantime, they support Rise Against at The Academy on Monday, February 19.
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