“Lay My Burdens” will receive its world broadcast television premiere this evening on Gospel Music Channel. The new music video showcases a Disciple concert and life on the road. The “Lay My Burdens” video is also available for sale on iTunes ®.

To view the video, visit: http://www.tangle.com/view_video?viewkey=d1eb8670855c4cf390f7

In addition, the single “Lay My Burdens” was recently released to Rock and CHR radio formats.

**  Disciple will also be hitting the road this fall in support of their latest release Southern Hospitality. The band will join forces with Project 86, Children 18:3 and Eric Samuel Timm for the Lifelight tour in early November.

Disciple’s first release on INO Records “Disciple” (2005) brought home three No. 1 hits, while their sophomore album “Scars Remain” (2006) became the highest selling record of their career, scanning over 100,000 units. The band’s latest and greatest project “Southern Hospitality” released in Oct. of 2008. Disciple has been nominated for a whopping nine GMA Awards including a win for “Rock Album of the Year” in 2008, while their hit single “Game On” received massive placement in sports shows across the country including “Best Damn Sports Show,” NFL’s “Total Axxess,” WWE’s “Cyber Sunday” and Speed TV’s “Speed Report,” as well as in venues such as Wachovia Center in Philadelphia and even Madison Square Garden in New York City. The single was also used in promotion for CBS shows “Criminal Minds” and “CSI Miami.” In 2008, the rockers were tapped to perform one of the songs on “WWE: The Music Vol. 8” for WWE superstar duo Hawkins and Ryder. Most recently, XBOX 360 selected Disciple to join the ranks of Fall Out Boy, P.O.D., Gym Class Heroes and others by choosing the band for “Game with Fame,”  a program granting fans the chance to play the band in Halo 3 on Sun. March 1.


*all tour dates subject to change, please check www.disciplerocks.com for most updated tour info.

Sep 18, 2009            Carollton, GA
Sep 19, 2009            Hueytown, AL
Sep 25, 2009            Williamson, WV
Sep 26, 2009            Leesburg, VA
Oct 3, 2009              Calistoga, CA
Oct 4, 2009              Fort Leonard Wood, MO
Oct 11, 2009            Greenville, SC
Oct 17, 2009            Warsaw, IN
Oct 18, 2009            Bellville, IL
Oct 24, 2009            New Florence, PA
Oct 30, 2009            Oklahoma City, OK
Oct 31, 2009            Enid, OK
Nov 1, 2009             Broken Arrow, OK
Nov 4, 2009             Groton, SD
Nov 6, 2009             Brookings, SD
Nov 8, 2009             Marshall, MN
Nov 10, 2009            Pipestone, MN
Nov 11, 2009            Yankton, SD
Nov 12, 2009            Sioux Falls, SD
Nov 13, 2009            Mitchell, SD
Nov 14, 2009            Sioux City, IA
Nov 15, 2009            Alliance, NE
Nov 20, 2009            Houma, LA
Nov 21, 2009            Jacksonville, AR
Dec 4, 2009             Haus Ennepetal, Germany
Dec 5, 2009              Haus Ennepetal, Germany


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