BRAND NEW HOUSE OF HEROES SONG WE WERE GIANTS MAKES DEBUT IN WWE SPECIAL ONCE IN A LIFETIME: THE ROCK VS JOHN CENA

NEW ALBUM COLD HARD WANT COMING THIS SUMMER ON GOTEE RECORDS

All this week you can catch a listen of the brand new House Of Heroes song, We Were Giants, as it debuts in the highly anticipated documentary, Once In A Lifetime: The Rock vs John Cena.  WWE is going all out by airing the show on many NBC affiliate stations all week long.  See this link for airtimes: http://www.wwe.com/shows/once-in-a-lifetime

Check out this link for a sneak peak: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dVJfhFHGKQ

We Were Giants is a brand new song from the band’s upcoming album COLD HARD WANT produced by Paul Moak and mixed by J.R. McNeely to be released this summer.   Already starting to create a buzz, Absolute Punk founder Jason Tate has said, Sitting here listening to the new House of Heroes album. Man, it’s one of those albums that hits me in the face with just how much I love music. I can just sit back and appreciate. The harmonies, the musical expansion, the obvious care and passion in each song … it’s a great album that really shows that you can write a catchy song without sacrificing anything. Great musicianship. Great care. Great vocals. Great harmonies” House of Heroes in conjunction with Gotee Records has launched a COLD HARD WANT website that features a clip of another brand new song, go to www.coldhardwant.com and get a taste of what’s to come.   www.thehouseofheroes.com www.gotee.com

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