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Picture Me Broken's 'Mannequins' EP out today

December 18, 2012
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imgPicture Me Broken released their new EP entitled Mannequins today on Standby Records.
 
In conjunction with the release of the EP, Metal Insider is hosting an exclusive stream of Mannequins. The EP can be heard in its entirety HERE.

The EP was produced and recorded by David Bendeth (Breaking Benjamin) features the single "Torture" which is available for streaming courtesy of Revolver Magazine HERE.

Additionally the EP can be streamed courtesy of AOL Music HERE.

Led by Brooklyn Layla Allman, it hasn't taken Picture Me Broken long to convince fans worldwide that they are a breed of old school soul meets modern day turmoil to create a modern sound that will appeal to all that experience it. With Allman's father being the musical legend Gregg Allman, it would have been easy for this act to simply let his stigma dictate their career path and allow them somewhat immediate success. But Brooklyn and Picture Me Broken had different ideas; ideas of doing their work themselves, cutting their own niche out in a very tough active rock market, and slugging it out day by day on the road. They have proven themselves to be musically superior to any act they've toured with to date by showing not only hard work, but a willingness to connect with their audience...one fan at a time if necessary. 

With Allman out in front of Picture Me Broken, this is a band that commands attention from even the first glance. Allman's voice showcases everything you could ever want from a vocalist; be it soft alluring pain on songs like "Beautiful Disease" or a much more guttural rage that she lets loose on songs like "Holy Drug". 

Mannequins is available for pre-order on Amazon. It will be followed up in early 2013 with Picture Me Broken's debut full length release for Standby Records.    
 
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