The New Regime to support Taking Back Sunday in the UK

Rarely is so much noise generated by one individual, but Ilan Rubin has been creating, arranging and performing for years. With The New Regime, the one-man outfit he created in 2007, Rubin has unleashed an authentic rock opus and a cheat-sheet to modern living.  Rubin’s conscious efforts to explore a myriad of musical styles has resulted in a confident range of songs encompassing searing guitars, hard driving drums, piano and acoustics all showcasing his musical prowess to great effect.

A free download of the single “State Of Possession”, taken from the debut album Speak Through the White Noise is available here: A live video for “State Of Possession” can be viewed here:

Only 22 years old, Rubin has been involved in the music industry for most of his life, picking up the drums at 8, and in quick succession mastering the guitar, bass and piano. Armed with a veritable musical arsenal, Rubin was content to cut his teeth playing drums in numerous outfits, including stints drumming for Welsh rock act Lostprophets and industrial rock pioneers Nine Inch Nails, which he credits working with a musician, Trent Reznor, whose precision and discipline complemented his own. “When I joined the band, I finally felt like, ‘Yes, this is the kind of organization I want to be a part of.’ A lot of work, and a lot of making everything perfect,” Rubin says of the experience.
Currently on tour in the States with Taking Back Sunday and Thursday, The New Regime is spearheading a new musical revolution, which is heading for UK shores in August 2011.

Catch The New Regime supporting Taking Back Sunday on the following dates:
21.08.11 Dublin Academy
23.08.11 Glasgow ABC
24.08.11 Manchester Academy
29.08.11 Bath Pavillion
30.08.11 Norwich UEA
01.09.11 Birmingham Institute
02.09.11 Southampton Guildhall
London date to be announced.

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