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Savage Recording Live Show, Announces New Album

Mansfield outfit Savage is planning to record a first live album in the band's hometown. The 4-piece band is playing the Old Library Theatre on Saturday February 1st and will record the entire gig for release later in the year.

The band hasn't played in Mansfield for many years, concentrating mostly on European gigs and playing in New York in 2000. The Old Library gig promises to be very special, as the band will play all the tracks from debut album "Loose N Lethal" as well as some newer material.

As well as preparing for this live recording, the guys are also writing a new album, which they intend to record after a short European tour in April. Both recordings will be released simultaneously later in the year under the title "Live n Lethal."

Chris Bradley, singer and bass player, says of the Mansfield gig: "This will be a special night for us, even some of our family and friends have yet to see the band live. Also everyone who buys a ticket in advance will be sent the new album free of charge when it’s released! It will be the first time we’ve played the first album from start to finish in the UK.”

Tickets are available on line via the band's website and at Facebook.

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