David Hasselhoff On Acid take on 2013 with new album, SXSW, and plans for tour

Kansas City, MO (February 7, 2013) - In the midst of a seemingly endless dry spell of successful music artists in the Midwest, a movement is brewing that is shedding some light on the often overlooked talent bed right in the middle of the country. With artists like the Beautiful Bodies, Maps for Travelers, and Cherokee.Rock.Rifle gaining popularity, local progressive rockers David Hasselhoff On Acid plan to hit 2013 with their own brand of destruction. 

After nearly eight years and numerous lineup changes, DHOA have had their fair share of struggles. However, through determination, persistence, and the help of a devoted following, DHOA have crafted themselves into a tightly organized progressive rock band who plan to take 2013 by the horns. 

DHOA will be playing this year's Midcoast Takeover at the South By Southwest music festival, as well as plans to hit the road in the Summer/Fall in support of their new album "Eudaimonia," which is due to hit stores in May 2013. The album is being produced by Brandon Bamesberger, and will include 7 tracks total. 

DHOA will be launching a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to complete and reproduce the album. All donations will receive a "produced by" credit on the album as well as various other prizes depending on the amount donated. Visit Facebook.com/dhoamusic for all information

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