THE GREAT COMMISSION’s New EP “Firework” is Out Now
TCG - Firework Cover

“The songs they brought on to this EP are very anthemic, complete with multiple vocalists, background chants, and the group feel of being at a show if the power went out and it had to go on.” – HM Magazine

“I think these songs will be covered at almost every youth camp this summer!” – AtlasAndTheAnchor.com

“Anyone who is a fan of A Day to Remember will find something to dig in this cover.” – IndieVisionMusic.com

Today THE GREAT COMMISSION released their five song EP entitled Firework.  The EP contains four acoustic versions from their most recent album, Heavy Worship, as well as a cover of Katy Perry’s hit single, “Firework.”  The “Firework” cover can be heard on the band’s Facebook page here: http://youtu.be/HA35AootiTc.

The Firework EP is available digitally today and THE GREAT COMMISSION will have a limited amount of physical EPs in June when the band hits the road for the “Scream The Prayer” Tour with Demon Hunter, Emery and label mates, Sleeping Giant.  A full list of tour dates can be seen below.

The Firework EP is currently available through iTunes here, and will be available through Amazon, Google Play and other major outlets this week.

Firework EP Track Listing:

01. When It Rains It Pours

02. Draw The Line

03. Weight Of The World

04. Came To My Rescue (Be Lifted High)

05. Firework

For more information on THE GREAT COMMISSION, please visit:

www.facebook.com/TheGreatCommish

www.twitter.com/thegreatcommish

www.myspace.com/thegreatcommission

www.aintnograverecords.com

For interviews, promo copies of the EP, and all other requests, please contact:

Ashley Di Buduo | 323.305.7401 | ashley.dibuduo@centurymedia.com

“Scream The Prayer” Tour Dates:

06/22/12 – Nashville, TN @ Rocketown

06/23/12 – Douglasville, GA @ The 7 Venue

06/24/12 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre

06/26/12 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos Southend

06/27/12 – Richmond, VA @ Kingdom

06/28/12 – Baltimore, MD @ Sonar

06/30/12 – Dayton, OH @ The Attic Club

07/01/12 – Joliet, IL @ Mojoe’s

07/02/12 – Memphis, TN @ Newby’s

07/03/12 – Birmingham, AL @ Mountaintop Family Life Center

07/05/12 – Corpus Christi, TX @ House of Rock

07/06/12 – Houston, TX@ Warehouse Live

07/07/12 – San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit

07/08/12 – Dallas, TX @ The Door

07/10/12 – Tulsa, OK @ The Compound

07/11/12 – St Louis, MO @ Fubar

07/14/12 – Goshen, IN @ The Goshen Theatre

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