“Top 5 most anticipated for rest of 2010” – Absolute Punk

Gotee Records band House Of Heroes is set to release their latest effort, SUBURBA on August 3, 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 full national tour.   Look for HOH frontman Tim Skipper to guest DJ on RadioU’s morning show ‘Riot’ on Thursday May 20.  RadioU is an FM station in Columbus, Ohio which also provides its programming via satellite to a network of radio stations nationwide.  Check it out at: http://tvulive.com/radiou/riot.htm   Expect House of Heroes to tour nonstop through out the late summer, fall and winter of 2010 with the release of SUBURBA.

See them live:

6/9               Nashville, TN                               The Rutledge

6/11             Jacksonville, Florida                      Celebration Church

6/12             Miami, FL                                   Wayside Baptist

6/13             Fort Myers, FL                             Faith United Methodist

6/14             Orlando, FL                                 The Plaza Theatre

6/19             Atlanta, Georgia                           Atlanta Fest Stone Mountain

6/23             Mineral City, Ohio                         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

8/19             Wilp, Netherlands                         FLevo Festival

9/5               Worthington, South Dakota            LifeLight Festival

For up-to-date information check out:   www.thehouseofheroes.com www.gotee.com Follow them at twitter.com/HouseOfHeroes

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