Ace Mafia announce self-titled EP

Hard rockers Ace Mafia, have announced the release of their self-titled EP on September 15th.

The release will be officially launched at The Big Red, one of London’s premier hard rock venues, on September 29th.

The EP will also feature Richie Faulkner, former lead guitarist before he left the band in 2011 to replace KK Downing in the mighty Judas Priest.

Ace Mafia formed in 2007 and their debut release, Vicious Circle, was released in 2009. The band, however, came to a temporary halt in 2011 when Richie Faulkner left to join Judas Priest, but after a meeting in January 2018, the various members decided the time was right once again to bring Ace Mafia back to life, and their self-titled four track EP is the outcome.

Tracklist:

1. Snakes ‘n’ Ladders
2. Face To Face
3. Stop Loss
4. Breathlessness

Check out the video for opening track ‘Snakes ‘n’ Ladders’ below:

About Laurence Todd

Took early retirement after many years as a teacher in order to write books as well as about music. A long-time music obsessive, has wide and eclectic tastes but particularly likes prog rock and rock in general. Enjoys going to gigs and discovering new acts.

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