I Am The Avalanche are Releasing a New Album, “Wolverines”

by | Jan 8, 2014

Many, many moons ago we did this interview with I Am The Avalanche.

It was before 2011’s Avalanche United came out, and Vinnie Caruana gave us insight on how the band was formed. He also told us about what it was like playing in Head Automatica.

If you’re wondering what they’ve been up to these days — they’re putting out a new album on March 18th via I Surrender Records; it’s called Wolverines. No they’re not from Michigan, but whatever the case, their new song “The Shape I’m In” can be heard on SoundCloud.

We still haven’t heard anything about that Peace’d Out record that’s supposedly coming this year. But when we do, you know where to look.

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