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Clandestine Comments On "The Invalid" Release Show

Last week Clandestine released the band's debut album "The Invalid" on Nightmare Records. In support of the album's release the band took to the stage at The Whisky in Los Angeles for an album release show. Lead singer June Park commented on the gig:

"The show at The Whisky on February 11th was a success; many supportive fans showed up and the crowd was great. Clandestine performed well, although it was a rather hard time for me due to a respiratory illness I have been going through. It was extremely hard to suppress the cough while I was singing. Nonetheless I survived through the set, and it was like rain after a drought to talk to all of our great fans and friends after the show.

"Later that night I figured out that one person from the crowd voluntarily jumped on the mixing board to do sound for us. The house engineer asked, 'Why didn't you tell us that you had a sound guy?' when the set was over. Well, we didn't bring one that night, so I was clueless! It was a surprise but felt kind of nice to know that someone made such a brave move for us."

In other Clandestine news, the band has confirmed a March 18th European release date for "The Invalid" via Twilight Distribution and partners. MetalInjection also debuted the new video clip for "Disappear in You" at this location.

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