House of Heroes’ music video for “God Save The Foolish Kings” is in the running for rotation on mtvU’s The Freshmen.  Voting starts on October 18 and lasts through October 22, and fan votes determine which video gets into rotation on mtvU.  Cast your vote for “God Save The Foolish Kings” at

House of Heroes’ latest release SUBURBA, produced by Mark Lee Townsend (Relient K, Deas Vail) and mixed by J.R. McNeely (The Almost, Paramore) is out now as the band continues nonstop touring in support.  After just wrapping up the Monster Monster Tour with The Almost, House of Heroes is excited to hit the road again on The Suburba(n) Vagabonds Tour, kicking off October 21 with The Classic Crime, Abandon Kansas and Fight the Current.

See them live on the Suburba(n) Vagabonds Tour with The Classic Crime, Abandon Kansas & Fight the Current:

10/21    The Black Sheep                       Colorado Springs CO

10/23    Eastern Hills Baptist Church       Albuquerque, NM

10/24   First Baptist Church Scottsdale  Scottsdale, AZ

10/25    Victorville Events Center            Victorville, CA

10/26    North Hills Church                      Brea, CA

10/28    Epic Ventura                             Ventura, CA

10/30    Live @ the Chapel                     Reedley, CA

11/2      The Axiom                                Oroville, CA

11/4      The Revolution                          Ashland, OR

11/5      Newport Nazarene Church          Newport, OR

11/6      The Noise Box                          Camas, WA

11/7      Showbox at the Market              Seattle, WA

11/9      The Venue                                 Boise, ID

11/11    Marquis Theater                         Denver, CO

11/13    The Boulevard                           Wichita, KS


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Frenzied. Chaotic. Punk. The Undertaking!, San Diego's newest wild bunch, is about to release their debut album, and, if their live show is a premonition of any kind, the world will be opening up to one heck of a party with them. Contributing writer Andrew Voigt talks to vocalist Austin Visser about the band's new album, the reality of their music, and how they've been able to embrace their creative freedom.


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