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Devolved Comments On Cover Band Performing "Technologies" Songs

Devolved has issued the following statement about a tribute act, featuring some of the band's previous members, playing live shows in Australia:

"A 'Technologies Tribute Band' will be playing a handful of one-off live dates in Australia in May & June to commemorate the Devolved 'Technologies' anniversary. The band features some X-members of Devolved and will be playing songs from the debut album only. The tribute has no affiliation with the current band led by founding member and drummer John Sankey, based in Los Angeles. John will NOT be performing with the tribute in Australia since Devolved themselves are planning tour dates in the USA following the release of the new album, 'Oblivion' on May 24th."

Sankey also stated, "It is an honor that some of the old band members are playing tribute to the album where we originally started the band in Australia. It would have been cool to reform the entire original line-up but unfortunately I have commitments with Devolved here in America to promote and tour for the World-wide release of our new cd 'Oblivion'. Myself and the other current members of Devolved wish the guys all the best with the tribute shows and hope fans will go check it out!"

Devolved has commemorated the 10 year release of the band's debut album "Technologies" by re-releasing a remixed and remastered version of the CD exclusively online. It is available now on iTunes and will be available for download on all other major digital distribution stores and websites including Amazon, Napster, and many more in the coming weeks.

The album has been remixed by producer/engineer Neil Kernon (Cannibal Corpse, Nile, Deicide) and Remastered by Alan Douches (Sepultura, Unearth, Hatebreed) and also features new cover art and previously unreleased bonus tracks.

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