Saturday, January 20, 2007

CD Release Party in Morgantown + Zombie Flick TONIGHT

From DAA&E:
If your favorite store is out of black eyeliner, don't worry it's not discontinued. Morgantown's Descension Rate is just preparing for its CD release party Saturday night at 123 Pleasant St.
The album, ''Deadly Elegance,'' is the industrial/electronic band's first full-length. Although the original release date was Nov. 11, the band did not receive the CDs until December and decided to put off the release show until people were back in town.

Compared to the band's previous EP's, singer Jeff Jordan considers this album more professional-looking.

''We've done CD-Rs before,'' Jordan said. ''We went all out on this one -- we had someone do the art and had it pressed.''

Also, Jordan feels ''Deadly Elegance'' shows how the band really sounds live. Previous
recordings were recorded with a friend and the band didn't have a lot of say in it.
Descension Rate is not going to settle for just any CD release show -- the band wants the whole night to be an experience.

The show will start promptly at 10 p.m., with half-hour DJ sets from three band members and DJ Blackout from Mayday! Also, throughout the night several televisions will show zombie movie, ''Die and Let Live'' by West Virginia University student Justin Channell.

''We're trying to emulate a goth night from a big city,'' Jordan said. ''It'll be a lot of fun, tongue-in-cheek stuff.''

Also playing Saturday will be gothic industrial rock band, Beloved Dead.
For more information on Descension Rate and to hear MP3s from ''Deadly Elegance,'' visit
Saturday's show starts at 10 p.m. and costs $5 at the door.


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