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New Medicines

It's hard to believe, with ages ranging from their late teens to early 20's, that Dead Poetic could have already acquired such a strong fan base, released a hit album, and toured the US many times over. But it's all true. As a follow up to 2002's "Four Wall Blackmail," the band is anxious to bypass any hint of the dreaded sophomore slump. Instead they have created a straightforward hard rock record destined to place them in the spotlight not just for their youth, but for their phenomenal talent as well. "New Medicines" is in stores now!

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Quick Bio

As simply as the words slip off the lips of an imperative rock critic, their force can send shivers of dread down the spine of any aspiring musician, circulate waves of disapproval amongst listeners, and ultimately set the tone for a band’s future as they know it. It’s called the “Sophomore Slump,” and in the uncertain world of the music industry, it can become the definitive moment in a band’s career; a moment that can either unravel to an untimely demise for a group, or if conquered, prove not only a maturity or growth in their sound, but a promise for success to come.

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Line-Up

Zach Miles - Guitar
Brandon Rike - Vocals
Dusty Redmon - Guitar
Jesse Sprinkle - Drums
John Brehm - Bass