40 BELOW SUMMER: 'Rain' EP Reissue To Include Bonus Demo Tracks
40 BELOW SUMMER will reissue its previously out-of-print and much-sought-after debut EP, "Rain", on May 8 via Crash Music Inc. The EP will be made available along with seven previously unreleased bonus demo tracks. The complete track listing is as follows:
01. Falling Down
03. Letter to God
06. Wither Away (demo)
07. We The People (demo)
08. Smile Electric (demo)
09. Rope (demo)
10. Power Tool (demo)
11. Minus One (demo)
12. Still Life (demo)
40 BELOW SUMMER has put the finishing touches on its brand new video for the single "Relapse", directed and produced by Frankie Nasso of Raging Nation Films (MUDVAYNE, HATEBREED, ALL THAT REMAINS, WALLS OF JERICHO).
40 BELOW SUMMER recently released "The Last Dance" on Crash Music. The album features nine tracks of demos and never-before-released tracks. The package also includes a special bonus DVD that centers around the group's September 2005 show at the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey. The DVD features the live concert, videos, plus various footage, including personal videos, backstage footage, and more.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/40belowsummer.
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