Australian punk band Dangerous! have released their debut single 'Not One of You', which is available to download. It is taken from their debut album 'Teenage Rampage' which will be released through Epitaph Records on September 20th.
The video for Not One of You features the band buying hot dogs from a vendor, before heading inside a building where they play in a boxing ring to a crowd of people.
Dangerous! features Tommy (Vocals and Keys); Nicky J (Axe); Jarrad (Drums) and Liam Nev (Bass). Their debut album was recorded in LA with Grammy nominated producer Ulrich Wild, who has produced for the likes of Deftones, Pantera and Mark McClusky.
The band were recently signed to Epitaph Records, whose other artists include the likes of the Weezer, as well as New Found Glory; Bring Me the Horizon; Escape the Fate; You Me At Six and The Blackout.
Dangerous! recently made their international debut at this year's Download Festival and will be playing a series of dates throughout the UK and the US.
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