GREELEY ESTATES TO RELEASE FIRST EP THE NARROW ROAD NOVEMBER 20TH

SECOND EP DEVIL SON TO BE ANNOUNCED IN 2013

Greeley Estates have announced November 20th as their release day for the highly anticipated new album THE NARROW ROAD. The album was completely produced and recorded by the band themselves and mastered by Joey Sturgis.

THE NARROW ROAD is just full of intense heavy songs that hopefully get people hyped,” stated front man Ryan Zimmerman. “Each song deals with its own issue and goes its own direction musically.”

Greeley Estates amicably departed from their long time label home, Tragic Hero, earlier this year, choosing to produce and record THE NARROW ROAD completely independently, a decision hinging on the band’s love and confidence in their fan base:

“It was time for us to make a change. We felt like we have been doing this long enough and our fans have had our back since the start, so why have a label?”

The band has already released two tracks off THE NARROW ROAD, “Lot Lizards” and “Die”, which can be heard at Facebook.com/GreeleyEstatesBand

Greeley Estates’ THE NARROW ROAD will be available on iTunes November 20th.

THE NARROW ROAD is only the beginning of the Greeley Estates story. Look for the conclusion, Devil Son, coming in early 2013

The band is available for interviews upon request.

Greeley Estates is:

Ryan Zimmerman (Vocals)

Brandon Hackenson (Guitar)

David Ludlow (Guitar)

Chris Julian (Drums)

Kyle Koelsch (Bass)

Facebook.com/GreeleyEstatesBand

Twitter.com/Greeley_Estates

Instagram: GreeleyEstates

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