Devine “We Fail” Promo for Android
If you thought that all the concepts for Android apps were taken, think again. This app by XDA member RandumAccess in essence will allow you to experience a demo of Devine’s “We Fail”. This is a rather interesting way of promoting one self without actually having to share the music as a music file. The apk will let you listen to their first hit as a sample of their album. Very ingenious way of mixing marketing, technology, and the arts.
Please take a look at the app, and support the artists if you like it.
Devine is an American heavy metal / Hard Rock Band blending elements of Rock, Hard Core, Metal, and Hip-Hop. However, this band is unique for more than just their sound but also in their peculiar arrangement. The band not only remains spread out over the United States but for nearly a year, and after a completed recording no one in the band had ever been in the same room!
You can find more information in the application thread.
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