CINDER ROAD To Open For KISS In Europe

Baltimore, Maryland-based rockers CINDER ROAD will open for KISS on a number of dates in Europe. CINDER ROAD comments: "The tour will take us back to Europe, this time to many countries we have yet to set foot in. This is truly a dream come true for us."

CINDER ROAD's debut album, "Superhuman", was released in 2007 via EMI. The CD was produced by Marti Frederiksen (AEROSMITH, DEF LEPPARD, OZZY OSBOURNE) and is described as "a mix of high-octane rockers and heartfelt ballads" that, according to vocalist/guitarist Mike Ruocco, "create an experience running the gamut of emotions." The 11 tracks on "Superhuman" are definitely staggering in their passionate range. Ruocco maintains a simple philosophy when it comes to music. "Each song is an extension of my emotions," he says. "Theyre like my children."

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