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Group's Infectious Act Drags Them In

Group's Infectious Act Drags Them In



Who: Viagra Falls, 1/2 Shot, Spazmoo
Where: The Cambridge Hotel
When: Wednesday February 9, 2005

WILL it be safe at to head down to the CAMBRIDGE HOTEL tonight? Not if Newcastle rock band VIRUS CRAWL has anything to do with it as the four-piece prepares to unleash a special show, The V.I.D. Campaign. Virus Crawl has developed an unforgettable display for tonight's appearance in THE GLASSHOUSE which will include disturbing theatrics, random virus warnings and the first people through the door being issued with a `virus tag'.

``We wanted to do something really different, something people have never seen before, never even attempted,'' drummer ADEM DAIVAH said.

``Embarrassing amounts of time and money has been spent on lighting, chemical equipment, sirens and front projectors to make this the biggest and most talked about event the Cambridge has ever seen.'' Later in the evening 10 people with a particular infection will be issued a `quarantine pack' which includes a copy of Virus Crawl's debut EP Of The Same. Two camera operators are set to film the night along with the audio recorded on individual tracks to be mixed and edited for possible DVD release later this year. Daivah said he and fellow band members PALZY DAIVAH and MATT CLACK were looking forward to a show that will welcome the return of former bassist DEON PROWD, who played with them under the name RAG MONSTER. ``We've been lacking something for a long time, now with Deon back, we lack no more,'' Daivah said. Virus Crawl will be joined by 1/2 SHOT and SPAZMOO. Entry is free.



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