Broken Flesh has officially been confirmed to play the Underground Stage at Cornerstone Fest this year! They will be playing Saturday, July 2nd from 1:50p to 2:30p!  They will be playing several times throughout the fest on various different stages, but their performance at the Underground Stage will be their main “anchoring” set, so to speak.  If you’re going to Cornerstone this year, don’t forget to schedule Broken Flesh’s Underground Stage performance to your band schedule!  \m/

ALSO…

“The Killing Fields” compilation that we released is now available on iTunes (all countries), AmazonMP3, eMusic, Spotify, Zune, Napster, Thumbplay, iLike, Nokia, and ShockHound!!! BUY IT NOW from your favorite online retailer!  Or, go to http://www.warclubrecords.com to order it direct!

And finally, the compilation has faced its first album review!  Check it out here and be sure to post your own comment/album review in the comments section at the end of the review itself.


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