Age of Evil now on 98 KUPD

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One of the Valley's youngest metal bands, Age of Evil, is now being played on local rock radio station, 98 KUPD (97.9 FM). You can now request their song, "Cruel Intentions," and bring more of a local presence to the station's playlist.

The hard rocking track is off their upcoming EP, Get Dead, released Nov. 17. This summer, the band was busy touring Europe, where they've garnered quite the fan base, having been named Best Newcomer by Germany's Heavy magazine.

Hear music from Get Dead at www.myspace.com/ageofevil, and to request "Cruel Intentions," call (602) 260-9800.


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