9ELECTRIC Release Debut Album ‘The Damaged Ones’ – On Tour w/Gemini Syndrome & Stitched Up Heart

Hollywood based Electronic Rock outfit 9ELECTRIC has released their debut full length album, The Damaged Ones, today (July 15th) via Another Century Records. In support of the new album, the band is currently on the road for a two month long tour alongside labelmates Gemini Syndrome and Stitched Up Heart, which will see the three bands play throughout the states.

Speaking about the release of The Damaged Ones, Ron Thunderwood (vocals) states, “This album is the culmination of five insane years of touring and inspiration, captured and converted into a tiny stereo waveform for your entertainment. A sound wrought in real broken bones, broken hearts and victories. This is 9E’s first official statement – our treatise on the human condition. We Are The Damaged Ones!

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The Damaged Ones is 9ELECTRIC setting their conviction to music. It is not a placebo intended to placate the masses, it is intense group therapy for the band and their fans. “The album describes the human condition – no one is truly safe, because at some point we’re all damaged,” says Thunderwood, bassist Casey DC adding, “the song itself – the album’s title track – is about the process of becoming damaged and how it leads to being socially ostracized, a common feeling amongst bands and fans. This has been a theme in rock music for decades, and this song is about how we band together and become part of the rock scene as opposed to the mainstream.”

From the opening declaration that “we are the damaged ones…”, we are met with a thunderous resolve that doesn’t falter throughout the album’s 12 tracks. “The Damaged Ones,” “Little Things” and “Beautiful” represent the band at their emotional best, with “New God,” “Naked” and “Lies” fulfilling our more carnal desires. Guitars lay the foundation, and subtle layers of electronics propel the album to heights of sheer sonic splendor, transforming the listening experience into an aerobic exercise. “Take It Away” sprints from start to finish in a neon wash, while “More More” explodes like a supernova, according to Thunderwood, driven by its “pummeling, knuckle-dragging beat, and the snidest burns I’ve ever dished out on vocals.” 


9ELECTRIC – Tour Dates w/Gemini Syndrome & Stitched Up Heart

7.15 Merriam KS — Aftershock
7.19 St Louis MO — Firebird
7.20 Valparaiso IN — Big Shots
7.21 Crest Hill IL — Bada Brew
7.22 Green Bay WI — Sandlot
7.23 Flint MI — The Machine Shop
7.25 Cleveland OH — Agora
7.26 Pittsburgh PA — Diesel
7.29 Lancaster PA — Chameleon
7.30 Poughkeepsie NY — The Chance
8.02 Amityville NY — Revolution
8.03 Stanhope NJ — Stanhope House
8.04 Virginia Beach VA — Shakas Live
8.05 Boonsboro, MD — Boonsboro Event Center
8.06 Salsbury MD Headquarter Live
8.09 Spartanburg SC — Ground Zero
8.11 Dallas TX — Trees
8.12 San Antonio TX — Fitzgerald’s
8.13 Houston TX — Scout Bar
8.17 Oklahoma City OK — Thunder Alley
8.18 Colorado Springs CO — Sunshine Studios
8.19 Idaho Falls ID — The Falls
8.20 Spokane WA — The Viking
8.21 Seattle WA — Pain In The Grass
8.25 Bismarck ND — Rock Point
8.31 Omaha NE — Shamrocks Pub
9.04 Madison WI — Taste Of Madison
9.09 Las Vegas NV — Vamp’d

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