**Special Edition** The Primer of Odds Lanes “Dark Matters”

Tonight Joe Joe Keys and myself sit down with Doug Byrkit from Odds Lane music.

We talk about their new album “Dark Matters.”

We cover 2 tracks from the album that are out now

“If you were English” & “Sabotage”

We learned that Odds Lane, and Joe, have recorded at THE Sun Studios in Memphis…How freaking cool is that?

We also cover the new grass roots efforts of Kickstarter.com, and we learn how Kickstarter helped Odds Lane get the album out.

Lastly, all 3 of us pine for snow!


So tune in enjoy the show…and please post your comments below!


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On the first ever New Wax podcast we talk about the band “Face The King.”

On the first ever New Wax podcast we talk about the band “Face The King.”


Face The King is an independent alternative hard rock band out of New York. The Face The King has compiled a list of support from sponsors like:


Vox www.voxamps.com

Blackstar www.blackstaramps.co.uk

Korg www.korg.com

Spector www.spectorbass.com

Pigtronix www.pigtronix.com

And most recently TC Helicon www.tc-helicon.com


These high-powered sponsors enabled Face The King to fly across the country to play for NAMM 2012 in front of the entire music industry.

Face the King is:


Eric Zirlinger (singer/guitarist/keyboardist)

Dan DelVecchio (lead guitar, backup vocals)

Joey Dammacco (bass, backup vocals)

Randy Palumbo (Drums).


Face the King most recent EP, “The Burning & The Falling Down,” was produced by Steve Haigler (http://stevenhaigler.com), who has produced such bands as Brand New, The Pixies, and Fuel.

They are currently finishing up their new EP. Than Face The King will be touring the tri-state area during the summer of 2012, starting with a sold out show at Gramercy Theater at the end of March. Face The King is ready to take the stage this summer – promising to offer a show and an EP worth every bit of the hard earned money people work for every day. The summer of 2012 will be Face The King’s summer – with a new record, new fans, new venues, but the same work ethic that has gotten them this far. Face The King is not waiting for a label to hand them a deal – they are earning it the way it was meant to be earned… by hitting the road and making new fans.

Face The King invites everyone to listen to the new EP and to come and sing along at shows, believing that the live show is an experience that is shared between the band and the audience.  Currently playing to packed houses all around the NY Tri State Area, Face The King is earning the reputation as a band you need to experience live.


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