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Adam WarRock To Release New Album On May 17
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The Man This EmceeOn Tuesday, May 17th, “The Internet’s foremost comic book rapper” Adam WarRock will release his highly anticipated follow-up EP, This Man… This Emcee!, to the critically acclaimed debut album The War For Infinity. The album features production from Dale Chase, and includes nerdcore guests Dual Core and Beefy. The upcoming album features the Free Comic Book Day single, “Marvel vs. DC,” which is easily one of my favorite showings from the up and coming geek-influenced emcee.

If the idea of music about comics seems cool to you, then Adam WarRock is your man. I’ve been a fan of his since I heard the original War Rocket Ajax theme song a couple of years ago, and he’s only gotten better. Adam WarRock continues to grow as an artist with each release, and after hearing “Marvel vs. DC,” it seems that this EP will be no exception, so needless to say, I’m ecstatic over this news.

Readers of Geeks of Doom, and listeners of Comics of Doom, should be familiar with the comic book rapper as we’ve given him praise and invited him on the show as a guest interview/host for an episode, but if you have yet to listen to The Infinity Gauntlet-inspired The War For Infinity, make sure to check it out. Posted below is a copy of the press release so you can check out all the details, including news of an of upcoming gig!

Adam WarRock, the Internet’s foremost comic book nerdcore rapper, releases a new EP, This Man…This Emcee!, on May 17.

Having made waves with his debut album, The War For Infinity, as well as the West Coast Avengers and Oni Press Mixtapes, Adam WarRock is releasing his official follow-up EP on May 17. The EP, featuring production by acclaimed producer Dale Chase, features the hit single, “Marvel vs. DC,” as well as appearances by nerdcore legends Beefy and Dual Core. The EP will be available for digital download from Bandcamp for $5, as well as other digital retail outlets such as iTunes, Amazon.

Adam WarRock has garnered widespread attention from indie music fans to geeks and nerds alike through his tireless work both on the road and in the studio. Having first found Internet fame with his debut single “Ira Glass,” WarRock’s debut album The War For Infinity became a best-selling album on Bandcamp.com and a featured rap/hip-hop genre album on iTunes, and was named as the #3 album of the year by WFMU.org disc jockey Evan “Funk” Davies. The songs featured on his website have appeared everywhere from sites like Slashfilm to the pages of John Layman and Rob Guillory’s Chew. Recently, Adam WarRock completed a California leg of his tour, performing at the famous Meltdown Comics as part of the inaugural month of Nerdist @ Meltdown, a showcase of comedy and music put on by Chris Hardwick and Nerdist.com.

On May 19, Adam WarRock will be performing at Littlefield in Brooklyn, NY, with The Ampersands, cartoonist Michael Kupperman, and comedian Dan St. Germain to celebrate the release of the EP. More information on that show can be found at www.littlefieldnyc.com.

For more information on Adam WarRock, as well as information on how to purchase the album, listeners can go to www.adamwarrock.com.

This Man… This Emcee can be purchased Tuesday from Adam WarRock’s BandCamp page, as well as other digital distribution sites for merely five dollars, so don’t miss out on the next chapter in the musical history of Adam WarRock.

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