Tune in weekly to catch WE ARE THE FALLEN's webisode series "Invasion of Personal Space". Each week a bandmember will invade another bandmember's personal space and force them to talk about where they are, and what they're up to.
The first webisode can be viewed below.
WE ARE THE FALLEN is the group formed by EVANESCENCE co-founder Ben Moody (guitar) and other former members — John LeCompt (guitar) and Rocky Gray (drums) — along with "American Idol" powerhouse vocalist Carly Smithson and bassist Marty O'Brien (DISTURBED, KELLY CLARKSON, STATIC-X, METHODS OF MAYHEM,TOMMY LEE).
The band will release its debut album, "Tear The World Down", on May 11 via Universal Republic Records.
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Bury Me Alive
04. Don't Leave Me Behind
05. Sleep Well, My Angel
06. Through Hell
07. I Will Stay
08. Without You
09. St. John
10. I Am Only One
11. Tear The World Down
The group's first single, "Bury Me Alive", was made available exclusively via the digital domain in early February. A second track, "Without You", is currently being streamed on the band's official web site.
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