Music is a Weapon to Tour Europe

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Music is a Weapon is going to Europe to play a few festivals and shows.  ou may remember a few of these guys from the hugely successful projects they were involved with in the past, i.e. Al's Not Well which became Al is Well, then All is Well, then 10 SHEEN. The band has taken a decidedly harder turn since evolving into this iteration with K'ala taking over full lead vocals over electronic and almost industrial soundscapes. The music retains a tremendous amount of its pop appeal, even with the harder edginess. Check it out this. The tour dates are up on the band's MySpace page.

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