Get your FREE download of the new Lawnmower Deth track “I AM COB”

Lawnmower Deth

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Simon Mayo from BBC Radio 2 aired the first spin of the new track “I am Cob” on Wednesday 20th April on the Drive Time show, if you missed it, you can listen to it again here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b076zl0j#play

The super-exciting news is that the track will be released on Friday 29th April 2016 AT 6PM GMT – by none-other than DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL!!

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Make sure you visit the Download website http://downloadfestival.co.uk/freedownload and follow the instructions to download your FREE copy of #IAMCOB!

Mr “Download” Andy Copping says: “The ‘Mowers are back and once again they are proving themselves to be the Download Festival in-house band – much fun, frivolity and mirth awaits us!

Qualcast Mutilator aka Pete says: “Well, it just keeps getting stranger doesn’t it. At some point surely someone will notice we’re just a bunch of loveable chancers.”

Credits for the track are as follows:
Lawnmower Deth are:
Pete Lee – vocals
Steve Nesfield – guitar
Chris Parkes – bass
Paddy O’Malley – guitar
Chris Flint – drums 

Guest drums:
Chris Billam

All keyboards:
Martin Curtis-Powell

Written by:
Lawnmower Deth

Recorded at:
GC Studios

Produced by:
Steve Nesfield

Mastered by:
Jason Walton – Earth In Sound

The band will be performing at this years Download Festival.
Click here to grab yourself a ticket: https://downloadfestival.co.uk

SEE YOU A DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL 2016 SHOCKERS!!!
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Posted on April 28, 2016, in News and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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