Abused Romance Launches Spring Tour with Egpyt Central

LOS ANGELES – JUNE 3, 2011 - Los Angeles-based rock band Abused Romance has kicked off their spring U.S. trek in support of their Freeway Records debut album Shine with fellow rockers Egypt Central.  Shine, which was produced by Justin Gray (Joss Stone, INXS) and mixed by Randy Staub (Metallica, U2), is available for free download at www.abusedromance.com, and an expanded version of the album called Shine – Special Addition will be available via all digital retailers on June 13th, which will include 9 live tracks from their explosive show on April 3rd at the famed Viper Room in LA.
The powerful quartet who can swing from ethereal to abrasive in the space of the same song recently shot a video for their new single “Overcome,” which has hit #41 at Active Rock. The group teamed with director Robby Starbuck (August Burns Red, The Sounds, Silverstein) for the concept video depicting frontman Meir battling an evil version of himself. Watch the clip for “Overcome” below:

Abused Romance, who is Meir Yaniv (vocals, guitar), Amit Ofir (guitar), Aetam Jakob (bass) and Roy Chen (drums), is known for delivering blistering live performances.  Catch them on the road!
Abused Romance on Tour with Egypt Central and Candlelight Red:
6/3          Charleston, SC          The Oasis
6/4          Tallahassee, FL         Floyd’s Music Store
6/5          Atlanta, GA              The Masquerade (downstairs)
6/9          Johnson City, TN       Capone’s
6/11          Flint, MI                  Machine Shop
*6/16          McAllen, TX           Mustang Lounge
6/17          Little Rock, AK        Juanitas
6/18          Tupelo, MS             Solarfest
6/20          Shreveport, LA        The Riverside Warehouse
6/21          Ruston, LA             3 Docs Brewhouse
6/24          Colorado Springs, CO          The Black Sheep
6/25          Colorado Springs, CO          The Black Sheep
6/29          Saguet, IL               Pop’s (small room)
7/3          Milwaukee, WI           Summerfest
*w/ Seven Day Sonnet and Feel Never Real

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