THE EXPENDABLES Kicking off 2015 with a new album SAND IN THE SKY


Santa Cruz, CA-based reggae-rock-punk band THE EXPENDABLES are kicking off 2015 with the January 13 release of their sixth full-length studio album SAND IN THE SKY (Stoopid Records) and then hitting the road on their annual “Winter Blackout Tour” that will be stopping in BOSTON on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22 at PARADISE ROCK CLUB with support from Ballyhoo! and Katastro.

SAND IN THE SKY—mixed by Butthole Surfer guitarist and legendary producer Paul Leary (Sublime, Slightly Stoopid, U2, Weezer) and co-produced by THE EXPENDABLES and Gordon Brislawn (who was a co-producer on their Getting’ Filthy album)–features the new song “Starry Night,” currently available as a free download via Those that pre-order the 12-track album via iTunes (HERE) will also receive an instant download of “Starry Night” along withanother new track, “Music Move Me.” SAND IN THE SKY marks the follow up to their 2010 full-length album Prove It (Stoopid Records), which debuted at #4 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart and #30 on the Independent Chart, and 2012’s acoustic album Gone Soft.

“We are beyond excited to finally release Sand In the Sky,” the band shares. “We know our fans have been waiting for new music and we can’t wait for everyone to hear it! Go grab ‘Starry Night’ for free to hold you over until January and then get ready for us. This year’s ‘Winter Blackout Tour’ is going to be insane and we’re stoked to come to your city and rock your faces off!”

THE EXPENDABLES–Geoff Weers (guitar/vocals), Adam Patterson (drums/vocals), Raul Bianchi (lead guitar) and Ryan DeMars (bass)–will hit the road starting Friday, January 23 in Ventura, CA on their 40-date “Winter Blackout Tour” that will make its way across the U.S. and back wrapping Sunday, March 15 in San Diego, CA. For more information on the “Winter Blackout Tour,” including links to purchase tickets, go to: