The Dawn will sound the alarm on September 11

Sep 8, 2009
The Dawn will launch their all-new album titled Sound the Alarm on September 11 at the Eastwood Central Plaza.

Your browser may not support display of this image.It's been four years since rock legend The Dawn released an album featuring all-new material, so you can bet on the huge volume of creative juices that flowed into their latest offering under MCA Music Inc. titled Sound the Alarm.


Ten monster tracks including the chart-topping singles "Fire Down Below" and "Hatak" are included in the album. Raimund Marasigan (vocalist of the the band Sandwich) serves as a record producer as well as Ariz Guinto. The Dawn also features one new member, guitarist Kenneth Ilagan, who honed his chops after playing with different bands of varying genres.

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As a special treat, The Dawn will perform live as they have their explosive album launch on September 11 (9-11) at the Eastwood Central Plaza. Hear The Dawn render tracks from their latest album Sound the Alarm under MCA Music. To get special seats, purchase a copy of Sound the Alarm from the Eastwood City Concierge.


The Dawn has a lot of albums under its belt, but this is one record designed to make you play it on repeat mode. It's melodic, it's human, it's uplifting. And it will rock you.


Jett Pangan, JB Leonor, Buddy Zabala and Kenneth pulled out all the stops for this one, ensuring fans and Dawn connoisseurs alike that their string of anthems shall continue to grow. More than ever, the band had their loyal following in mind while creating songs "so good, there's no need to go beyond 10 songs."


Sound The Alarm!
The Dawn is back, with a vengeance!

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