House Of Heroes Get Set For Release Of Acoustic End Ep
Fresh of the heels of their acclaimed The End Is Not The End CD Columbus, OH rock outfit House of Heroes gear up for the release of The Acoustic End on Itunes April 7. Release includes new acoustic bonus tracks, "New Moon" and "Ghost" as well as a reworked version of "If".
Refusing to slow down the band is also in the mist of recording their ode to the Beatles tribute; House of Heroes Meets The Beatles EP to hit summer 09 including covers of Can't Buy Me Love, It Won't Be Long and Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da.
"It's one hour of sizzling pop-punk/pop-rock heat that decimates everything left in its wake. Songs ricochet off one another, never stumbling or losing momentum, never sounding the same; it's a record with so much going for it, in terms of quality, quantity and intelligence, substance, etc. ... that it's destined to be the blueprint for how pop music can and should be done"—Absolute Punk 2009
With The End Is Not The End out now on Gotee Records, House of Heroes has found a sound that is both creatively inspiring and commercially viable. Look no further for enigmatic songwriting, bold epics and clever chorus lines.
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