Black Note Graffiti releases volume II

. August 1, 2017.
Ann Arbor band, Black Note Graffiti
The four-person Ann Arbor-based band fuses progressive metal with alternative rock in their new album

The four-person Ann Arbor-based band fuses progressive metal with alternative rock in their new album set for release at The Blind Pig on August 18th. According to Woodbangers, “These guys remind me of groups like Weezer beating up Green Day, which is a great concept.” The band has toured nationally and performed, among a million other places ranging from dive bars, television stages, at SXSW, The Toronto Music Festival, The Sunburn Music Festival, St. Andrew’s Hall and the old Tiger Stadium. They feature Ricardo Ortiz on vocals and guitar; Adam Nine on bass guitar; Kurt Keller on percussion; and Kris Keller on guitar and vocals.

Black Note Graffiti Volume II album release, August 18
The Blind Pig, 208 S. 1st st.
To hear a preview and for more info, visit blacknotegraffiti.com

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