With the best unsigned bands in the nation remaining, Bodog Battle surges into the American regional semifinal rounds and onto the regional finals of the worldwide competition. After enduring months of online voting and the "Impress the Judges" rounds, only the top American bands get a chance to fight for their shot at the big time and a $1 million record contract with Bodog Music ( www.bodoglife.net/music).
Just a handful of bands remain from each city, and they must now fight their toughest battles to date as they take on the remaining top bands from their region in the American regional semifinals. Only the best of the best from the American regional semifinals will earn the right to move on to the regional finals, moving one step closer to the coveted $1 million record contract with Bodog Music.
The stakes are high as the bands are being filmed for the second season of the Bodog Battle reality TV series with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage appearing online only at Bodog TV (www.bodoglife.net/tv ). The first season of the popular Bodog Battle of the Bands show aired on fuse TV last year. These bands are fighting for their musical lives on camera, as they attempt to take the next big step onto the regional finals. Playing across the country from Manhattan to San Diego, only a talented, hardworking few will get a chance to live out their dreams of a cross country tour with the hopes of a shot at the finals.
Bodog Battle of the Bands Season 1 continues its success with champions Fall From Grace and the Alternative Press popular vote back signee Fear Nuttin Band. Seattle's Fall From Grace swept the competition and have been going non-stop since their victory at the House Of Blues L.A. finals. The four piece hard rock powerhouse has hit the studio writing with Greg Nori (Sum 41, Canadian Idol's Hedley ) to give audiences a killer new album. Fear Nuttin Band have just emerged from the famed Studio X in Seattle, recording with heavyweight producer Terry Date (Deftones, Pantera, White Zombie) to bring audiences their new album, YARDCORE, scheduled for release through Bodog Music on April 29. A Limited Edition EP featuring special studio tracks is now available online exclusively through the Bodog Store ( www.bodoglife.net/store) and at shows on the band's current tour with the Toasters.
Check out www.bodoglife.net/music and www.bodoglife.net/battle for more information.
Jan. 26, 2008 - Orlando, FL at Tabu
Jan. 26, 2008 - Minneapolis, MN at First Avenue
Jan. 26, 2008 - Philadelphia, PA at Fillmore at the TLA
Feb. 1, 2008 - Seattle, WA at Studio Seven
Feb. 2, 2008 - Dallas, TX at House of Blues
Feb. 2, 2008 - Manhattan, NY at Gramercy Blender
Feb. 2, 2008 - San Diego, CA at House of Blues
Feb. 9, 2008 - Atlanta, GA at The Loft
Mar. 5, 2008 - Manhattan, NY at Fillmore
Mar. 9, 2008 - Chicago, IL at House of Blues
Mar. 10, 2008 - Atlanta, GA at Center Stage
Mar. 12, 2008 - Los Angeles, CA at Avalon
About Bodog Music
Bodog Music (www.bodoglife.net/music ) is a division of the international digital entertainment giant Bodog Entertainment. With offices in the U.S., Canada, Europe and the U.K. , this record label features a diverse and growing roster of talented musicians including: DMX, Wu-Tang Clan, Bif Naked, Neurosonic, The Vincent Black Shadow, Overkill, Nazanin, Bishop Brigante, Billy Idol, Soma City Ward, and The Heck. Bodog Music also distributes the Warcon record label and several acclaimed global movie soundtracks in Europe, including the Academy Award-winning film Little Miss Sunshine, Resident Evil: Extinction, Nacho Libre, and Saw III. In its second year, Bodog Music's Bodog Battle of the Bands will award $1 million recording contracts to the top unsigned bands in the world! With two new competitions - one held in North America and one held in Europe - Bodog Battle of the Bands will air on major television networks across the globe and online at Bodog TV (www.bodoglife.net/tv ).
Bodog Music founder Calvin Ayre is recognized as a world authority on branding in the digital entertainment industry, and was featured on the cover of Forbes magazine's best-selling "Billionaires" issue in March 2006. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.