Edmonton, Alberta Canada’s hometown boys As Bold As Lions (formerly known as: This Very Day) will be releasing their debut New Line Music EP, Face of Reality on December 8, 2009. This six-track EP is full of heavy hitting music

As Bold As Lions is: Jon – vocals, Nate – drums, Geoff – guitar, James  – bass

Face of Reality EP track listing:

1. “Open Your Eyes”

2. “The Call”

3. “Reaching Out”

4. “Face Of Reality”

5. “Moving Forward”

6. “The Anthem”

Catch the band on the New Line Music tour in February of 2010 with: To Speak Of Wolves, The Great American Beast & others!

As Bold As Lions dates:

Dec. 19 – Edmonton, Alberta @ Avenue Theatre

The EP will be available for purchase at www.myspace.com/asboldaslions780, New Line Music (www.myspace.com/newlinemgmt, Itunes, Amazon, and other online stores.

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