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Indie Band Unwritten Law Announces Release Date for “Swan”

Unwritten Law will release their sixth album, Swan, on March 29 on Suburban Noize Records.

The independent band recently released their newest single, “Starships and Apocalypse,” off their upcoming album on iTunes February 1.

The southern California quartet recently announced Warped Tour dates.

Unwritten Law asked fans to create and submit ideas for Swan album covers. The band selected 3 covers to be used for advanced hard copies, internet copies and retail hard copies, according to the band’s site.

Download Unwritten Law’s “Starship and Apocalypse” from iTunes, Warped Tour Dates Announced

Independent band Unwritten Law will offer their newest single, “Starships and Apocalypse,” off their upcoming album, Swan, on iTunes February 1.

The southern California quartet, Unwritten Law, recently announced Warped tour dates.

The indie band is currently finishing up their sixth distorted album. The album is expected to be released in the Spring of 2011 via Suburban Noize Records.

Unwritten Law asked fans to create and submit ideas for Swan album covers. The band selected 3 covers to be used for advanced hard copies, internet copies and retail hard copies, according to the band’s site.

Stay tuned about album news and more tour dates at UnwrittenLaw.com. You can purchase tickets for Australia shows at MoshTix.com.

Big B ft. Scott Russo of Unwritten Law – “Sinner”


 

“Sinner,” featuring Scott Russo of Unwritten Law, is off of Big B’s recent release American Underdog under the indie label Suburban Noize Records. The indie performer is currently on the Jagermeister Music Tour with Pennywise and Pepper. Check out www.feedbigb.com for more information.  

America’s most notorious white trash renegade returns with his fourth studio full length “American Underdog”, this time Big B ventures out on a musical expedition into new frontiers. Raw and honest like always, Big B’s brand of outlaw hip-hop has returned with a few new tricks this time around in what will go down as one of the Sub Noize heavyweight’s best albums.