HOUSE OF HEROES TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM

COLD HARD WANT

ON JULY 10

FIRST SINGLE TOUCH THIS LIGHT AVAILABLE NOW

TWO NEW VIDEOS PREMIERING NOW

“Man, it’s one of those albums that hits me in the face with just how much I love music.”

–    AbsolutePunk.net

Gotee Records band House of Heroes have released a brand new single called Touch This Light, available now at iTunes and AmazonMP3.com. The single includes an exclusive b-side called Dead. The new album COLD HARD WANT was produced by Paul Moak (Mat Kearney, Lovedrug) and mixed by J.R. McNeely and will be out July 10.

See the premieres for the Touch This Light music & lyric videos today at: http://www.coldhardwant.com/touchthislight

“It takes a lot of Cold Hard Want to just persevere and

keep believing in rock n’roll.” —Explains Tim Skipper

To satisfy your House of Heroes cravings until the release of COLD HARD WANT, all of the other albums from the band will be on sale at iTunes for only $5.99 each from May through July.

House of Heroes is—Tim Skipper (lead vocals, guitar), Colin Rigsby (drums, vocals), A.J. Babcock (bass, vocals), and Eric Newcomer (guitar, vocals).

For album cover and images go to http://media.gotee.com

For up-to-date information check out:

www.thehouseofheroes.com

www.coldhardwant.com

www.gotee.com

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