ANEW REVOLUTION: New Song Available For Streaming

March 17, 2010

ANEW REVOLUTION, the Austin, Texas-based band featuring former members of SLAVES ON DOPE and UNLOCO, will release its third CD, entitled "iMERICA", on May 18, 2010 via E1 Music (formerly KOCH Records). The follow-up to the group's 2008 Mudrock-produced (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, GODSMACK) debut, "Rise", was recorded at Spider Studios in Strongsville, Ohio with producer Ben Schigel (DROWNING POOL, WALLS OF JERICHO, CHIMAIRA, BREAKING POINT).

A track from the CD, entitled "Head Against The Wall", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. Frontman Joey Duenas states, "'Head Against The Wall' is the ultimate vent song! It's like you want to break free from the norm. You're tired of being stuck so you try pushing through a barrier, a block or a wall. Only to find yourself beating against it and it leaves you screaming frustration and disappointment, but in the end you dust yourself off and try again."

ANEW REVOLUTION will film a video for "Head Against The Wall" next week in Austin with famed director David Brodsky (GOD FORBID, THE RED CHORD, ALL THAT REMAINS, KITTIE).

Other songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Grey", "Ashes From Stone", "Crucify" and "Brick By Brick".

Comments Joey Duenas: "'iMERICA' is about looking at our, or your history and trying to learn from those mistakes. It speaks of the current events and how they affect the people around us, as well as us. Money, addiction, desperation, revolt, are all words that come to mind when I think about the songs."

He adds, "Fans are in store for a record that flows with non-stop guitar riffs, bleeding guitar solos and chanting lyrics, but still in that ANEW REVOLUTION way that they have come to love.

"I think Ben did a great job at fine-tuning what this band already had growing inside it."

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