Tuesday, September 30, 2014

TEENAGE REHAB Set To Release "Break Yourself" EP in December via Revert Records

The punk band TEENAGE REHAB are scheduled to release a new 7" EP entitled"Break Yourself" this December, via their own Revert Records imprint.  This is the band's first DIY release in their 15 year history and also their first new recording in 4 years.  Pre-orders for the 4-song EP will be available in November, and will include a sticker and signed 11x17" poster.  Tour dates supporting the EP will follow the release.

The tracklisting is as follows:

1. Dirty Dog
2. Property
3. Rewind
4. Southside Poverty  

After forming in small town Paducah, KY in 1999, Teenage Rehab quickly garnered a reputation for  raw, in-your-face, abrasive punk rock.  Their mission simple;  to embrace high energy punk rock influences and put their own twist on it. You'll find no flowers, poetry, perfectly timed jumps or puppy dog eyes.  In 2004, the band gained critical acclaim for their sophomore album "More Than A Job", which was released on Amp Records.  After several years of restless touring and recording, Teenage Rehab then signed to Jailhouse Records where they released "Goodbye Sanity" ,"Let's Be Enemies" and "Abuse Your Solution" to rave reviews.

"They say on their one sheet that they’re here to save punk from the myriad of crap that has sullied its good name and damn if their effort to do so ain’t a valiant one." -Jimmy Alvarado (Razorcake)

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