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Posted in music on December 19, 2013
by Bill Pearis
the many faces of AJ Davila...
A.J. Davila spends much of his time fronting San Juan, Puerto Rico's party-friendly garage rockers Dávila 666, whose most recent album is 2011's Tan Bajo. This year, though, A.J. has been working on a new solo album, Terror/Amor, that will see the light of day on February 18 via Nacional Records. While the record doesn't stray too far from Davila 666's sound, A.J. expands his sonic palette to include forays into glam, like on the stomping "2333" which makes its premiere in this post.
No word on solo live shows yet but stay tuned. Meanwhile, check out Terror/Amor's cover art and the "2333" stream below...