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On the heels of the bands previous release The Genesis Prologue EP, which has generated over 5,700 downloads via comeandlive.com alone, Sons of God is set to record their debut full length album. They will be recording with Jared Fox in Nashville at Fox Den Studios. As with all Come&Live! releases, the album will be given away as a free gift to anyone interested.
The band has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund this project. They must raise a grand total of $7,000 by November 8th. If only a portion of the money is raised by the deadline, the band will not receive any of the financial support pledged. 

Individuals are encouraged to donate in increments ($10, $25, $50 etc.) with each donation tier corresponding with a reward. Depending on how much is donated, the reward can include a “thank you” in the liner notes of the album, a physical copy of the CD, posters, hoodies, an iPod shuffle, phone calls, concert tickets, your company logo in the packaging, and more.
“For over 3 years we’ve been patiently awaiting the day where we can release a record that we poured our hearts and souls into together, and that day is drawing near!” shares the band. “Your giving will always play just as much a part as our giving, and will always come full circle, not only in our ministry but in yours as well.”
The heart and sole purpose of Sons of God is to spread the Gospel through music. Please consider helping them continue to do this via a full length album.
The band is very appreciative of the support already received from fans and media outlets: “Thank you so much for your generosity, and thank you for being a part of this with us.”
For more information, click on the link below. Thank you!
For press inquiries, contact rebecca@comeandlive.com
For management questions, contact nathan@comeandlive.com

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