HOUSE OF HEROES TO PREMIERE EXCLUSIVE LYRIC VIDEOS FROM COLD HARD WANT

STARTING TODAY AT SELECT SITES

NEW ALBUM OUT ON JULY 10

SUMMER TOUR WITH RELIENT K & HELLOGOODBYE

“They make rock music without the compromise” — Absolute Punk

Gotee Records band House of Heroes are road ready and looking forward to the release of their new album COLD HARD WANT, produced by Paul Moak (Mat Kearney, Lovedrug) and mixed by J.R. McNeely, in stores and online July 10.

Starting today until July 6 House of Heroes will premiere lyric videos for each song from COLD HARD WANT at select sites for 24 hours only, a daily tweet from @coldhardwant will reveal the link to the site with the exclusive each day.  Follow House of Heroes at http://twitter.com/#!/coldhardwant.

See the first premiere today for the song Out My Way at: coldhardwant.com/outmyway

Check out pre-order combos that include a limited edition 2xLP vinyl cut at 45 rpm and limited edition CD that features expanded packaging at gotee.com/store.

See the band live on a summer tour trek with Relient K, Hellogoodbye and William Beckett (former lead is singer of The Academy Is) kicking off on July 22 in Portland, OR.

On Tour with Relient K, Hellogoodbye and William Beckett-

7/22                       Crystal Ballroom                 Portland, OR

7/24                       Ace of Spades                                       Sacramento, CA

7/25                       The Fillmore                                        San Francisco, CA

7/27                       House of Blues                                    San Diego, CA

7/28                       House of Blues                                    Anaheim, CA

7/31                       House of Blues                    Las Vegas, NV

8/1                         The Marquee                                        Tempe, AZ

8/2                         Sunshine Theater                                Albuquerque, MN

8/3                         Tricky Falls                                          El Paso, TX

8/4                         Rock the Desert                   Midland, TX

8/5                         Emo’s                                                    Austin, TX

8/7                         House of Blues                                    Houston, TX

8/8                         House of Blues                                    Dallas, TX

8/9                         Caine’s Ballroom                 Tulsa, OK

8/10                       Juanita’s                                                Little Rock, AK

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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