EYES SET TO KILL To Take Part In Online Chat Today

December 14, 2012

Arizona's EYES SET TO KILL will engage in a Stickam session today (Friday, December 14) at 8:00 p.m. MST. Frontwoman Alexia Rodriguez will perform an acoustic song and fans will be able to chat live with the band.

Commented the group: "We are really excited for this! We realize we have been quiet for a bit so we wanted to reach out to everyone and talk about what's been going on in EYES SET TO KILL world, as well as take the time to chat with all our amazing fan base!"

In other news, EYES SET TO KILL has announced that once they receive one million "likes" on their Facebook page, they will post a demo of their song "True Colors". The page has nearly reached the 989,000 mark.

EYES SET TO KILL will enter the studio early next year with producer Steve Evetts (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, SUICIDE SILENCE) to record its next album and debut for Century Media Records.

EYES SET TO KILL has been prominently featured in a number of publications, with inclusions on numerous "bands to know" lists and is a favorite in Revolver magazine's annual "Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock And Metal" issue. With critical acclaim and three previous releases landing on the Billboard charts, listeners will undoubtedly have lofty expectations for the upcoming EYES SET TO KILL album, set to be released in the spring of 2013.

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