ADVENT CHRISTMAS, VOLUME 2 by Future of Forestry, releases today, November 2, 2010, through iTunes and on the www.futureofforestry.com website.  Over the coming weeks the EP will appear on additional online music sites and at live events during the band’s holiday tour.

The EP features the holiday classics Joy To The World, Do You Hear What I Hear?, Angels We Have Heard On High, and Pie Jesu, as well the original song The Earth Stood Still, and an instrumental interlude.

Early reviews for the project are coming in:
  • “…a stunning album. 8.5 out of 10.”  – Soul Audio
  • “This will certainly be a Christmas goodie that has one original song, as well as an instrumental interlude, along with four covers that amazingly don’t sound like the re-treads that we’re so used to ’round these parts. Grade: A” – Christian Music Zine
  • “With plenty of influence from across the board and enough unexpected turns to keep one’s interest throughout, Advent Christmas EP, Volume 2 is yet another winning project from Owyoung and his rotating set of musicians. Four and a half stars. “ – Jesus Freak Hideout
Advent Christmas 2 is designed to be a cohesive piece that merges effortlessly with the original Advent Christmas EP.  After touring on the first EP, the band realized that these Advent CDs had become a large part of the makeup of the band, and the desire for a second was evident.   With it’s epic sound, creative instrumentation and traditional values, the Advent EPs hope to honor and enhance this most holy of seasons.

Future of Forestry Christmas tour dates to be announced in the upcoming weeks. Current schedule can be viewed at http://events.myspace.com/72475801/Events/1 or at

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