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Life of Science Release Animated Video, New Dubstep Remix

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Okay, so let it be known that I'm a nerd -- a supernerd, even -- but I think the dudes of A Life of Science have me beat.

The band's label, Sundawg Records dropped two brand new exclusives on Up on the Sun, an animated video promoting the group's strange, "I'm-not-quite-sure-what's-going-on" comic book, and a brand new dubstep remix of "Prisoners No More."

I could probably go a full year without ever typing "dubstep" again, but hey -- I guess the kids really dig it. Be the first to check out both just beyond the break.

A Life of Science is scheduled to perform at Chandler's Rock the Block Festival on Saturday, November 19 with Fayuca, The Wiley One, and Mergence.

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