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The Great Valley Release Debut Album

The Great Valley's "Ruthless"

Louis and Nick Matos, two brothers from Wilmington, Delaware are set to release their highly anticipated LP entitled “Ruthless” on February 22, 2011.

The Great Valley are preparing to release their highly anticipated follow up to last year’s breakout,    “Wrecking Ball”. Louis and Nick have been putting finishing touches on “Ruthless” with producer Cody Prang @ North American Recordings, the album will be mixed by Rob Freeman @ Pilot Studios.

“Ruthless”, consists of 8 brand new original songs, each packed with energy driven guitars, punchy, hard hitting drums, and melodic vocals with honest lyrics that are sure to hit a nerve. The album is being recorded in the band’s basement, in their home studio.

Louis states, “We wanted to record it in the comfort of our own home, give it a more raw feel as opposed to a huge production and studio. We feel that it’s easier for people to connect with music that way”.

Louis and Nick had a very successful 2010 with “Wrecking Ball” being featured on many popular websites such as AOLMusic.com. The band also made their very first TV appearance on the morning show of WMDT Channel 47, part of the ABC network and made their very first major radio appearance on the world famous Z100’s “Elvis Duran’s Morning show” segment with Garrett.

The band’s first single “Dirty Work” is set to hit rock radio in February and is sure to propel the band to the next level as they plan to spend most of their time on the road in support of the new record.

Be sure to look out for more special features in the coming month with The Great Valley right here on idobi.

Please visit the band on:
Facebook: www.Facebook.com/TheGreatValley
Twitter: www.Twitter.com/WeAreTGV
Myspace: www.Myspace.com/TheGreatValley
ReverbNation: www.Reverbnation.com/TheGreatValley

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