Watch EYES SET TO KILL Perform Cover Version Of THE CRANBERRIES' 'Zombie' In Paris, France

March 20, 2018

Fan-filmed video footage of EYES SET TO KILL performing a cover version of THE CRANBERRIES' "Zombie" on March 18 at Backstage O'Sullivan in Paris, France can be seen below.

EYES SET TO KILL is continuing to tour in support of its self-titled album, which came out last month via Century Media. The follow-up to 2013's "Masks" was produced by Sam Graves and was mixed and mastered by Joe Graves of Innersound Audio.

Frontwoman Alexia Rodriguez commented on the album's significance stating: "We spent the last four years breaking apart and building back up, creatively and definitively speaking. There were times we felt like outside forces may tear us down but found that our music gave us the strength to move on through. We self-titled this album because these songs define the toughest moments of our lives as people and artists while also instilling hope when we really needed it most."

EYES SET TO KILL revealed the album's debut single, "Break", in late 2017 with an emotionally charged music video.

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