The debut album “Inheritors” from Serianna (Madison, WI) is available everywhere today! You can stream the whole record right now at AOL, or check out the new songs “Fragments” and “Guilty Spark” at the band’s Facebook page. Their songs “Fragments” and “Inheritors” are also available NOW on Rock Band for Xbox 360.

Pick up the album TODAY:

CD ($10 at MerchNow) —
CD w/ Autographed Poster ($7.99 at Hot Topic) —
CD w/ Black Shirt & Autographed Poster ($20 at MerchNow) —
CD w/ Blue Shirt & Autographed Poster ($20 at MerchNow) —
Digital Album ($5.99 at iTunes THIS WEEK ONLY!) —

You can also download/stream the album at LastFM, Spotify, Emusic, Amazon and LoudTrax.

Check out this new EXCLUSIVE video and full song for the title track “Inheritors”:

• “Serianna has unleashed an ambitious work that is both heartfelt and intensive.”
Highwire Daze

• “This record is absolutely sensational. All killer no filler!”
Hard Rock Reviews

• “The band are poised to inherit what all bands strive for. Glory.”
Lexington Music Press

Serianna is navigating past its peers in pursuit of something worth preserving, systematically through the muddy gridlock of the current independent music scene. This metal-core squad continues to refine their unique sound while maintaining a solid reputation as one of the region’s most exciting and energetic live acts. Boasting determination as their greatest attribute, Serianna formed in late 2006 as merely high school friends with a bonded passion for heavy music. The lineup was solidified in 2009 when Chicago native Chris Nutting signed on as the band’s front man. Nutting quickly made his presence known contributing his raw and emotional vocal abilities and bringing Serianna to a previously unreached tier of musicianship.

Writing songs with a sound reminiscent of bands like August Burns Red and The Devil Wears Prada, Serianna set out to spread their music to anyone with an open mind and positive attitude. Jumping at every opportunity afforded to them, the band began growing rapidly around the Midwest and have played shows with August Burns Red, Attack Attack, Miss May I, Misery Signals, Chiodos, The Color Morale, Of Machines, Before Their Eyes, In Fear and Faith, Born of Osiris, I The Breather, Bury Your Dead, Suicide Silence, Emarosa, Bless the Fall, I Wrestled a Bear Once, and more. Serianna’s efforts culminated in 2010 as they began work on their debut full length album, appropriately titled, “Inheritors”. This marks the tenure of the band as they mesh the style and intensity of the music they grew up listening to with the originality and technicality Serianna has come to be synonymous with.

Their hard work did not go unnoticed as Josh Grabelle (President / Bullet Tooth) tracked the band’s progress on the demos and invited the band to partner with his label Bullet Tooth. “We couldn’t be more excited to release this record with Bullet Tooth” drummer Chris Ferarro comments, “Over the last couple of months Josh has showed so much direction and interest in us that we’re positive Bullet Tooth is the perfect home for Serianna”. “Inheritors” is now scheduled for release on July 26, 2011 through the label which will surely mean a breakout year for the band. Despite any future hardships or unforeseen roadblocks, Serianna is determined to accomplish what they have been working toward all along; creating music worth remembering.

SeriannaInheritors” (Track Listing):
01. Fragments
02. Guilty Spark
03. The Rescue
04. Virtues
05. Inheritors
06. Colors
07. Deep Sleeper
08. Cast Away
09. Redeemer
10. Revelations

Upcoming Serianna Shows w/ In Other Words:
8/4 – Joliet, IL @ Mojoes w/ Woe Is Me
8/5 – Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater w/ Woe Is Me
8/6 – Bloomington, IL @ The Castle Theater w/ Woe Is Me
8/11 – Rockford, IL @ Take 20 w/ Memphis May Fire

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