California-based reggae act The Aggrolites have announced a June 5th release date for their forthcoming full-length, Reggae Hit L.A. The record, a follow-up to last year's smash, self-titled release, will mark the quintet's second for Hellcat Records.
Los Angeles, California dirty reggae outfit The Aggrolites have proudly announced the long-awaited reinstatement of their original percussionist, Korey 'Kingston' Horn.
Furthermore, the five-piece Hellcat Records outfit are hard-at-work on the follow-up record to their smash, sophomore release, The Aggrolites, which hit shelves earlier this year via the label. The act has issued a tentative release date of May 2007 for their third release. You can read a brief note from the group regarding these announcements below.
Brian Dixon, guitarist for dirty reggae outfit The Aggrolites, who have also taken on the role of doubling as the backing band for Tim Armstrong's (Rancid) solo project, has announced that fans can expect to see the collaboration, entitled A Poet's Life, in stores this March. Furthemore, Dixon hinted that a tour in support of the release may see the light of day as well, although no confirmed details have been unveiled thus far.
In the very near future, I will be sitting down with The Aggrolites for an interview. If you have any questions for the band, please leave them in the replies, and I will do my best to get them answered. The band are currently touring in support of their sophomore, self-titled, full-length release, which is available now via Hellcat Records.
The Aggrolites have announced a small handful of primarily North American tour dates in support of their self-titled, sophomore release, The Aggrolites, including four shows with The Skatalites. You can find the band's schedule below.