HOUSE OF HEROES RELEASE NEW ALBUM

COLD HARD WANT

ON JULY 10

SEE THE COLD HARD WANT TEASER VIDEO AT www.coldhardwant.com

FIRST SINGLE TO BE RELEASED APRIL 24

After spending the winter of 2011 held up at Smoackstack Studios in Nashville, House of Heroes is excited to announce their new album Cold Hard Want produced by Paul Moak (Mat Kearney, Lovedrug) and mixed by J.R. McNeely, will hit the street on July 10, Upon first listen AbsolutePunk.net’s Jason Tate said “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 takes a lot of Cold Hard Want to just persevere and keep believing in rock n’ roll.  At this point,

it’s vital we transcend everything we have done before.”

—Explains Tim Skipper

On April 24 the first single from Cold Hard Want, titled Touch This Light will be available at iTunes and AmazonMp3.com with an exclusive b-side titled Dead. The music video for the single will make its debut the same day. Until then check out Cold Hard Want teaser video and album artwork at www.coldhardwant.com.

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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