Palisades’ Self-Titled LP Makes An Impact on Billboard Charts

Fresh off their strongest chart debuts ever (#3 Heatseekers, #3 Alternative New Artist, #6 Hard Music, #12 Independent, #14 Alternative and #16 Rock), New Jersey’s Palisades continues to prove they are on a warpath with their new self-titled LP.

 

The band’s track “Let Down” was recently added to Sirius XM’s Octane. Fans can request the song by tweeting @sxmoctane.

 

The new album is a bold new step for the band which first arrived on the scene with 2013’s ‘Outcasts,’ followed by 2015’s ‘Mind Games.’

 

‘Palisades’ is now available for purchase on MerchNow and iTunes. Palisades is on tour with Lacey Sturm through February 14.
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What others are saying about Palisades:
“Palisades very well could have found a niche that might propel the band to new heights. Whatever the case may be, the band is clearly coming into their own at just the right time, making this is one re-branding effort that was well worth the risk.” (4/5)- It’s All Dead 
“… their finest recording of their career… will mesmerize the senses…a compelling album that music fans will want to experience time and again.” -Highwire Daze Online 
“From explosive start to intriguing end, Palisades has delivered thrashing experience and an overall strong album.”- Music Existence 
“Some of Palisades’ biggest, most appealing songs to date…”- Soundboard Reviews 
“Pulls no punches over the course of 11 tracks. From explosive start to intriguing end, Palisades has delivered a thrashing experience and an overall strong album.” Music Existence 
Tour Dates

Feb 10 ROUTE 20 OUTHOUSE Racine, WI

Feb 11 The Cabooze Minneapolis, MN

Feb 12 Bada Brew Crest Hill, IL

Feb 14 Diesel Pittsburgh, PA

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