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Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Local Rockers Dark Water Rebellion to Release Their New Album This Week

Posted By on Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 11:07 AM

  • Courtesy of Dark Water Rebellion
Local rockers Dark Water Rebellion have just announced that they’ll release their second full-length, Macabre, across all digital platforms on Saturday. Engineered by William DeMarco of Vuture Studios, a studio located in the Superior Sounds complex, the album features guests such as Mario Carmona (DeepDrain), Jessica Murr (Bloodshot216), Jessica Nemeth (the Rubicons) and Chris Jacobs.

Originally formed in South Florida in early 2015, the group spent its first two years exclusively on the road in a vintage bus conversion on a self-managed tour. The band played more than 250 shows in its first year. The group relocated to Cleveland two years ago.

The band opens for She Wants Revenge at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 26, at the Beachland Ballroom and will have a special limited run of Macabre CDs available at the show.

Frontman Brent Gorcie is also the creator, writer and director of Burnt, a new film series whose pilot episode is scheduled to film in Cleveland this summer.

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