EKOTREN To Release New EP This Month
Cape Coral, Florida-based band EKOTREN will make its new EP, "The Confessions Of Gladys White", available for purchase at the CD-release party at The Spot in downtown Fort Myers, Florida on November 28. The EP will also be available online and at the group's official web site at www.ekotren.com.
"The Confessions Of Gladys White" track listing:
01. Dead Behind The Eyes
02. Light To Shine
03. Can't Stay
04. The Light (bonus track, previously unreleased in the U.S.)
The EP was produced, recorded and mixed by Paul Trust (DIECAST, ENDO).
The song "Light To Shine" is available streaming on the group's MySpace page.
EKOTREN's Paul Trust-produced (DIECAST, ENDO) debut album, "Light The Fire", was released by Blind Prophecy Records. The CD's lead single, "Light The Fire", spent a whopping 27 weeks as one of the most requested songs on Sirius Satellite Radio Hard Attack's Devil's Dozen, peaking at No. 3. The band has been on the road relentlessly since the release of the album on tours alongside ILL NINO, SCUM OF THE EARTH, DIECAST, MOWER, DROID and BOBAFLEX.
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