Idobi Radio’s Rock The Walls to Premiere A Tragedy In Progress’ Fourth Single Tomorrow Night

Rock The Walls will hold an exclusive song premiere of A Tragedy In Progress’ “Mechanical Weather” this Saturday, August 11th. “Mechanical Weather” features Josh Gilbert of As I Lay Dying and is the fourth single off the forthcoming album of the same name.

Tomorrow night’s show will also include interviews with Telle Smith (The Word Alive), Dave Volgman-Stevens (For All Those Sleeping), Spencer Sotelo (Periphery), and Brendan Murphy (Counterparts).

Rock The Walls is hosted by Patrick Walford on Saturdays from 8 PM until Midnight Eastern Time on Internet Radio Station Idobi Radio. Idobi Radio is home to the popular and well known The Gunz Show and many other shows.

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