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The Dead Rocks

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After the undeniable success of their debut album International Brazilian Surfs released in 2005 and considered by many one of the best surf music records in the history of Brazilian music, now it hits the stores all over Brazil, through Monstro Discos and nationally distributed by Tratore the THE DEAD ROCKS - One Million Dollar Surf Band album.

But the path between those two records wasn’t short; the band has suffered changes in its formation, 4 new songs have been released in 7’’ vinyl format in the Tiki Twist EP, the band participated in important Portugal and Germany compilations, in 2005 they performed a 30 concert tour through Europe, passing by France, Germany, Belgium and Italy and back to Brazil, a tour with the masked guitarist Daddy-o Grande, from American instrumental rock band Los Straitjackets.

Through the years they have conquered audiences in over 10 Brazilian states where they have performed concerts, always bringing the best of the surf music with a concert of great artistic and musical impact.

THE DEAD ROCKS use DiPinto basses and guitars.

www.dipintoguitars.com

 

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MONSTRO DISCOS

55 62-3281.5358

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THE DEAD ROCKS – The Best Brazilian Surf Music Combo

55 16-3374.7779 / 55 16–8133.0937 / 55 16-9165.2405

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www.deadrocks.com.br

www.myspace.com/thedeadrocks

 

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