HOUSE OF HEROES GETS INTO THE HALLOWEEN SPIRIT WITH THE RELEASE OF ‘LOVESICK ZOMBIE’ AVAILABLE DIGITALLY

ON OCTOBER 18

ALTERNATIVE PRESS PREMIERES NEW LYRIC VIDEO TODAY

Taking inspiration from George A. Romero and just in time for Halloween, House of Heroes premieres a new lyric video today for the song ‘Lovesick Zombie’. The song was written by House of Heroes and produced by Mark Lee Townsend who worked on the band’s albums “The End Is Not The End” and “Suburba”. The single will be available at all digital outlets on October 18.

See the Lovesick Zombie lyric video premiere exclusively at AltPress.com:

http://www.altpress.com/aptv/video/premiere_house_of_heroes_lovesick_zombie_lyric_video

This started, like most things with us, as a joke. Everyone was making Christmas EPs and we were thinking what other holidays that would work with. So we adjusted the lyrics to an older song and came up with Lovesick Zombie! It’s just a silly and fun good time

— explains Tim Skipper

The band is currently in the studio writing songs for their 2012 release, the follow up to their 2010 critical acclaimed album SUBURBA.

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