Gotee Records band House Of Heroes are getting ready to release their latest piece of work, SUBURBA set for an August 3 street date produced by Mark Lee Townsend (Relient K, Deas Vail) and mixed by J.R. McNeely (The Almost, Paramore).  Look for the band to play a trek of festival dates leading into a late summer/fall tour.

Check out in-studio video footage here –

After a year of nonstop action in 2009 with the CD release of The End Is Not The End and three EP release’s The Acoustic End, House Of Heroes Meets The Beatles and House Of Heroes Present The Christmas Classics, non-stop touring and recently being listed as One of Jason Tate founder’s 100 Bands To Check Out,, House of Heroes looks forward to keeping it all in high gear with the release of Suburba, full track listing to be announced soon.

House of Heroes live is:

Tim Skipper –lead vocalsguitar

Jared Rigsby- guitarbacking vocals

Josh Dunn – drums

Eric Newcomer – bass guitarbacking vocals

See them live:

4/17             Clarkston, Michigan             Everest Collegiate High School

5/6               Bluefield, Virginia                Bluefield College

6/11             Jacksonville, Florida            Celebration Church

6/19             Atlanta, Georgia                 Atlanta Fest Stone Mountain GA

6/23             Mineral City, OH                 Ohio Atwood Lake Park

7/1               Shirleysburg, Pennsylvania   Agape Farm

7/3               Marietta, Illinois                 Cornerstone Farm

7/22             Enumclaw, Washington        Enumclaw Expo Center

7/26             Tiffin, Ohio                        Seneca County Fair

8/14             Lewisberry, Pennsylvania     Purple Door Festival

9/5               Worthington, South Dakota LifeLight Festival

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