DVB - Free Show at House of Blues San Diego (Thurs. 7/27)

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Aug 24, 2005


Divided by Zero will be playing a free show at House of Blues in downtown San Diego this Thursday July 27. You just have to be at the club by 9pm to grab your free ticket and rock out for fan appreciation night!

Thanks to all our new friends at Vinny's Bar in Bakersfield and the Wavehouse in Mission Beach for making this past weekend a crazy, hectic and successful weekend. We have lots more Sik World Rock n Roll Circus dates coming up this Summer, so check out our myspace page for updates.

Our Mark Racco-directed video is done and we should have it online for your viewing pleasure very soon.

If you haven't bought the new album "The Black Sea" from Divided by Zero, you can get it all across the country at Tower Records and Best Buy as well as tons of independent record stores. If you buy it from www.sikworld.com you get an instant $12 rebate which makes the CD free!

Upcoming Tour dates-
7.27.06 House of Blues in San Diego, CA
8.10.06 The Casbah in San Diego, CA
8.19.06 Tap Daddy's in San Jacinto, CA
8.26.06 Velvet Jones in Santa Barbara, CA

One more thing, we need some help with votes on the MTV2 thingy. Just go to http://mtv2ontherise.com?em=01137 and vote all day long. It's easy and free and you can vote as many times as you like.

Thanks and we'll see you on the road.

3419 Hancock Street
San Diego, CA USA 92110
888-745-6377 toll free
619-325-4400 international
619-325-4401 fax

"The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench. A long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free and good men die like dogs. There is also a negative side."
-Hunter S. Thompson