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Exclusive Premier of a New Cheer-Accident Track

Exposé is proud to bring you a new tune called "War Is a Warrior" from perennial favorites Cheer-Accident. This track features Dante Kester (bass), Todd Rittmann (guitar, vocals), Thymme Jones (drums, trumpet), Mike Hagedorn (trombone), Jeff Libersher (guitar, fake vibes, fake piano, fake brass), and words by Scott Rutledge. It was recorded and mastered by Todd Rittmann. The track is featured on a new compilation on Skin Graft Records which is available for pre-order now.

by Jon Davis, Published 2019-03-04

Cheer-Accident adSKiN GRAFT Records’ Mark Fischer states that “The Chicago vs New York compilation is an album in its own right… and not just some sort of a label sampler. Most of the songs on the compilation are exclusive to it." Thymme Jones of Cheer-Accident says of "War Is a Warrior," " It’s definitely not going to be on the next Cheerax album.”

We'll have a review of Chicago vs New York in the coming weeks, so keep your eyes out for that.


Filed under: New releases

Related artist(s): Cheer-Accident

More info
http://skingraftrecords.bandcamp.com/album/post-now-round-one-chicago-vs-new-york

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