BLESSED BY A BROKEN HEART Completes Work On 'Pedal To The Metal'

Montreal, Canada's BLESSED BY A BROKEN HEART has finished recording its debut album, titled "Pedal to the Metal", with producer GGGGarth Richardson. The CD will arrive later in the year via Century Media.

The self-proclaimed "superheroes destined to save the world from nuclear annihilation with the power of metal," BLESSED BY A BROKEN HEART has released one album, "All's Fair In Love And War", on Blood & Ink Records in 2004. They did a few tours of North America with THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA and A DAY TO REMEMBER and played to sold-out crowds in the U.K. with ENTER SHAKARI.

BLESSED BY A BROKEN HEART will hit the road with A DAY TO REMEMBER beginning on on June 16.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/blessedbyabrokenheart.

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