Roll The Tanks playing some East Coast shows in 2 weeks

Music News | Oct 10th, 2014

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Epitaph Records’ Roll The Tanks are heading over to the East Coast and playing a handful of shows. I’m not calling it a tour when it’s not even exceeding the amount of fingers on my hand. The show on October 23rd at the Rock Shop in Brooklyn is free so if you dig the band, no excuse to not attend that show.

Roll The Tanks will play a string of East Coast tour dates this month with the concluding date with Weezer in Mashantucket, Connecticut. Watch the band’s video for “Toeing The Line” at Allston Pudding now:

Roll The Tanks is a band that originated in Lowell, MA. Several years ago they made the move to Los Angeles to live out their rock star ambitions. Day jobs keep the band busy as band members Danny Carney (vocals, guitar), Aaron Stuart (guitar, vocals, formerly of Piebald), Mike Wakeman (bass, vocals), and Joe Sirois (drums, Mighty Mighty Bosstones) work as electricians, carpenters, and food service workers to make ends meet. Band practice is on Thursday night and after band practice is quality time at the local watering hole. But they always wait to close their tabs after 12 AM when their paychecks cleared in their bank accounts, hence Roll The Tanks debut album title Broke Til Midnight.

Roll The Tanks is an unpretentious, classic-rock inspired band that proudly carries the torch for energetic, solid rock music. Broke Til Midnight is out now on Epitaph Records. All Music says the album is “solid meat & potatoes rock, punchy, but with a full complement of drive and passion.” Alternative Press calls the album “one catchy collection” in its 4 out of 5 star review.

Roll The Tanks – East Coast Show Dates

Oct 20 Allston, MA – Great Scott
Oct 21 Lowell, MA – The Last Safe & Deposit Company
Oct 23 Brooklyn, NY – Rock Shop (Free show)
Oct 24 Mashanktucket, CT – Foxwoods Casino (Grand Theater) w/ Weezer


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