REFORM THE RESISTANCE and Chicago, IL music video program JBTV are teaming up to bring you the television debut of the brand new music video for the single ‘Kill Lies’, cut from their recent release, The Truth is Dangerous. The video will debut tonight at 11pm CST on JBTV’s JerryVision. New episodes air Wednesday nights at 11pm CST on WJYS TV channel 62, and air again on Chicago Cable channel 25 on Thursday at 8pm, Sunday at 12am midnight, Monday at 11pm, and Tuesday at 9pm (all CST). One of the longest running music video programs in the country, JBTV airs in Chicago, IL and surrounding suburbs, reaching 5 million potential households. Full episodes stream online at JBTVonline.com, or in video podcast form free via iTunes. The video is available to watch online right now at the band’s VEVO page and YouTube.

In addition to the physical release, a limited digital release of The Truth is Dangerous went out on April 26th, 2011 with select digital music outlets. The album is now available for purchase at your local music distributor, and at all participating digital music outlets, such as iTunes, Amazon, Walmart, Napster, Rhapsody, and many more. The band also recently announced that their new track, ‘Tonight We Ride’, has been added for download on the RockBand Network! Fans can purchase the track for RockBand at this link.

REFORM THE RESISTANCE is comprised of former Justifide members Jason Moncivaiz (vocals/guitar) and Sambo Moncivaiz (bass) of Phoenix, AZ and drummer Ryan Dugger (drums) of Nashville, TN. The creation of REFORM THE RESISTANCE represented freedom within their songwriting, as well as the ability to be themselves. With the skill to mesh influences, all while creating a new sound and speaking their minds, REFORM THE RESISTANCE offers a breath of fresh air amongst carbon-copy bands.

Wuli Records is a full-service record label, independent recording, merchandising, publishing and promotion company. Owners Louis Svitek and Ryan McGuire are dedicated to artist development and final recorded product distribution. Wuli Records owns and operates two studios in the Chicago area, Sviteknolgy Studios and Studio Ten23, and these self-described studio rats know that a first class recording is imperative to creating quality sounds. Wuli Records is known for kick-starting the career of American Idol winner Lee DeWyze by releasing two of his first independent records. Wuli Records is also the current record label for The Redd and The Waking. Label co-owner Louis Svitek is known for his position as guitarist in the groups M.O.D., Ministry, Mind Funk, and more.

For more information on REFORM THE RESISTANCE, please visit these locations:

http://www.reformtheresistance.com/

http://www.facebook.com/ReformTheResistance

http://www.myspace.com/reformtheresistance

http://www.twitter.com/RTRband

http://www.reverbnation.com/reformtheresistance

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