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XThirt13n finishes 3 new songs for national radio campaign

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TAMPA - Tampa Bay based hard rock band XThirt13n has recently recorded, mixed, and mastered 3 new songs for an up & coming radio campaign. The three new songs include "Unreality", "Wasted in Wonderland" and "Repeatlessness".

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According to a January 12th press release issued by XThirt13n, the new songs will be heard on several terrestrial and internet radio station shows including "Metal Shop 101" (hosted by Doc Rock) which airs on "Z-Rock" KKZR 106.9 FM (Houston, Texas), "The Rock Solid Pressure Show" which airs on WRBC 91.5 FM (Lewiston, Maine), WDYN 100.1 FM (New York) & WRRY 100.1 FM (Illinois). The songs will also be heard on other stations including "The Rocket" KEIF 104.7 FM (Enid, Oklahoma), "Rebel Radio" WXAV 88.3 FM (Chicago), Galactic World Radio, and Metal X Radio.

XThirt13n was formed in 2013 and consists of former members of Doctor Butcher, Circle II Circle and Control Denied. XThirt13n's line up includes Tim Aymar (vocals), Rollie Feldmann (co-lead guitar), Joey Torres (co-lead guitar), Taz Gardner (bass) and Johnny Osborn (drums).

Xthrt13n describes themselves as A new melodic heavy sound that is engineered by German/American musicianship. The songs contain passionate, powerful lyrics that are placed inside a thick, heavy sound. Intense meaning alongside their grooves and riffs becomes cathartic to listeners and fans alike. Both the sound and concept come together to create an unforgettable live performance, an experience well suited for both small venues and massive stadiums.

Aside from the new material, Xthirt13n is tentatively planning to begin their tour in mid-2014 with dates throughout the United States, followed by dates in Canada, Europe, Japan, South America and Australia.

"We are right where we want to be." - Johnny Osborn, XThirt13n.

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