AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE Track To Be Featured On HBO's 'Entourage'

On Sunday, June 24, the smash hit HBO original series "Entourage" will feature a song by Minneapolis's AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE. The track, entitled "Leave Me Alone", is a live staple and one of the most hard-hitting tracks from HEAD CHARGE's acclaimed sophomore album "The Feeding", released on Nitrus Records in 2005. The show which has become a pop culture phenomenon with its intelligent witty depiction of Hollywood prominently features the HEAD CHARGE track in a key scene.

However, unlike "Entourage" characters Vinny Chase and Ari Gold, AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE aren't about to totally "hug it out" just yet. The band is currently steam-rolling the country with its personal brand of metallic madness.

Headlining a highly successful tour over GODHEAD, BLEED THE DREAM and OBLIGE, AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE is back and firing on all cylinders. The tour is in support of the band's latest DVD/CD, entitled "Can't Stop the Machine", released on Nitrus Records via Fontana/Universal on April 3, 2007. The 90-minute DVD chronicles HEAD CHARGE's career with a poignant tribute to deceased guitarist Bryan Ottoson, insightful interviews and no holds barred live footage. The companion CD features unreleased tracks and a remix of the HEAD CHARGE classic "Just So You Know" by Wired All Wrong.


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