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Spillage stream their third full-length album »Electric Exorcist«, out now via Qumran Records / No Dust Records

Chicago power doomsters Spillage stream their third full-length album, »Electric Exorcist«, which was just released this Friday, October 29th, 2021 via Qumran Records / No Dust Records.

01. Electric Exorcist
02. Heaven On Earth
03. Mirror Black
04. Book Of Secrets
05. Erased
06. Real
07. Pharaoh’s Revenge
08. Look At Yourself

Produced by Bruce Franklin.
Engineered and mixed by Lothar Keller.
Mastered by John Scrip at Massive Mastering.
Additional backing vocals by Lothar Keller on »Look At Yourself« and Rena Keller on »Electric Exorcist«.
Artwork by Billy McGuffey (Extreme Creationz).

From Chicago, Illinois, there comes astonishing 70s prog rock/blues infused power epic heavy/doom six-piece Spillage with their brand new incredible 3rd full-length »Electric Exorcist«, out October 29th, 2021 on Qumran Records!

Taking the best qualities of early Judas Priest & Uriah Heep, and mixing it with Uli Jon Roth era Scorpions, and a good dose of Chicago doom, Spillage manages to create brilliant, original music that stands well on its own in today’s heavy scene.

Spillage started as the vision of guitarist Tony Spillman. In fact, it was the mid 90’s when Chris hooked up with Tony in a band called Epitaph as a fill-in drummer for them. Then later, when Chris contacted Tony about the open drum chair in Earthen Grave, they discussed it and Tony asked Chris to join the Spillage project.

The original lineup of Spillage included Lothar Keller on vocals, (Bruce Franklin guest guitarist) and Willie Max on bass, along with Tony, Nick Bozidarevic, Paul Rau and Chris Martins. After the release of their first album in 2015, Lothar and Willie left Spillage to pursue other musical endeavors. It was at this time, Spillage brought in Billy McGuffey as their new bassist and backup vocalist.

As a point of interest, the members of Spillage have known each other on and off for nearly 40 years, growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, IL.

It wasn’t until Spillage was scheduled to play the Maryland Doomfest in 2016 that they met with singer Elvin Rodriguez, who was able to learn their songs in a very short amount of time and essentially performed his “live audition” at that festival. Needless to say, he got the gig. The group shares a passion for their own unique sound, allowing each member brings their musical contribution to the band! Most listeners will agree: over the years their efforts surpass that of the previous.

Spillage is:
Elvin Rodriguez – Vocals
Tony Spillman – Guitars
Nick Bozidarevic – Guitars
Billy McGuffey – Bass
Chris Martins – Drums
Paul Rau – Keyboards

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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