The Feds Announce National Release of New Full Length Album on Tribunal Records

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A Touch of Panic, the brand new Tribunal Records release from The Feds, is the most significant and inspiring Feds record to date. A Touch of Panic hits stores August 7, 2007. After playing nearly 150 shows in 2006 alone, The Feds have plans to tour even more in support of A Touch Of Panic. Having recently added new bass player, Dave Shafer, to compliment the thunderous pounding of drummer Ben Jeffries, The Feds have created heart-pumping rock and roll at it's best -- claiming no allegiance to fashion while paying tribute to the history of rock.

A Touch of Panic, the brand new Tribunal Records release from The Feds, is the most significant and inspiring Feds record to date. A Touch of Panic hits stores August 7, 2007.

As longtime friends who met in the Dallas rock scene, The Feds have strived to constantly challenge themselves and their fans with each of their albums. The band's latest, A Touch Of Panic, is no exception.

"We've never had any rules attached to our songwriting. We try to leave all apprehension and fear at the rehearsal room door. I think that's why we continue to evolve as musicians. Everyone in this band truly loves music," says front man, Matt Slider.

This kind of open-minded work ethic is definitely a testament to the track list for A Touch Of Panic. High-energy songs like Saturday Girl, Housefire and Alive grip tight with Slider's testosterone fueled screams and the combination of Matt Wright and Jason Jones' guitar prowess. These songs are complimented by rich, layered tracks such as Apartment Song. Seven (If You Run) and From You, To Me -- which portray The Feds in a whole new light -- one that burns bright as soon as they step on any stage.

After playing nearly 150 shows in 2006 alone, The Feds have plans to tour even more in support of A Touch Of Panic. Having recently added new bass player, Dave Shafer, to compliment the thunderous pounding of drummer Ben Jeffries, The Feds have created heart-pumping rock and roll at it's best -- claiming no allegiance to fashion while paying tribute to the history of rock.

A Touch Of Panic notes:
Producer: Alex Gerst and The Feds
Engineer: Alex Gerst
Mixed: Derek Taylor
Release date: August 7, 2007
Label: Tribunal Records

Track list:
1. Saturday Girl
2. Hollywould
3. Bigfoot Goes To Heaven
4. You, Euphoria
5. Apartment Song
6. Jenny
7. Stop
8. Housefire
9. Whiskey Sour Kiss
10. Alive
11. Seven (If You Run)
12. The Four Horsemen Of Confusion (T.T.W.Y.)
13. A Touch Of Panic
14. From You, To Me

Hi-resolution images:
A Touch of Panic cover: http://www.oneton.com/proofs/atophirescover.jpg
The Feds Press Photo 1: http://www.oneton.com/proofs/feds_atop_press1.jpg
The Feds Press Photo 2: http://www.oneton.com/proofs/feds_atop_press2.jpg

The Feds are:
Matt Slider - Vocals
Jason Jones - Guitar
Matthew Wright - Guitar
Dave Shafer - Bass
Ben Jeffries - Drums

Career highlights:

  • 2007 Signed to Tribunal Records

New full length album A Touch of Panic available August 7, 2007

  • 2007 Signed Co-Management Deal

Jake Versluis of Verse Management Corporation joins The Feds Management
team along with Aden Holt of One Ton Music. Jake's background includes working for REN management and multi-platinum rock act INCUBUS.

  • 2006 Nominated by Dallas Observer

Best Hard Rock, Best Guitarist, Best Bass Player
and Best Single for "Saturday Girl"

  • 2005 Ernie Ball Warped Tour National Winners

Performed on the 2005 Warped Tour

  • 2005 International Tour

Two week tour of the United Kingdom with Bowling For Soup

  • 2005 Rolling Rock National Winners

Performed with Velvet Revolver, Staind, Hoobastank, Sevendust
and Finch at the Rolling Rock Town Fair Five

  • 2003 Signed to One Ton Records

From Hell To Breakfast was released in January 2004

  • 2000 Signed to Capitol Records

Recorded full length record, From Hell To Breakfast
In Vancouver B.C. with producer GGGarth (Rage Against
The Machine, Mudvayne, Chevelle)

Discography:
A Touch Of Panic - Tribunal Records - 2007
The Feds EP - One Ton Records - 2006
High Heels and Hand Grenades - StillOK Records - 2004
From Hell to Breakfast - One Ton Records - 2004

http://www.thefedsrock.com
http://www.tribunalrecords.net

Media Contact:
Aden Holt
214-868-6182

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