Sweden's ELECTRIC EARTH will release its latest CD, "Vol II – Words Unspoken", in the U.S and Canada on Octoner 9 via the classic Belgian label Mausoleum. The CD, which was released in Europe last spring (and backed up by numerous Swedish festivals), will be distributed by Allegro and Fusion III Distribution. The album comes in a "nice-looking digipak."In other news, the band's debut album, "Organic Songs – Volume One", featuring a cover of IRON BUTTERFLY's "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida", and the group's brand new CD-EP "Selling Souls" will be available worldwide through the bands newly signed distribution deal with Sweden's MusicSpot. Both records are also available through CD Baby. "Selling Souls" features two new, non-album tracks as well as two covers featuring special guests. Mattias "IA" Eklundh from FREAK KITCHEN plays a blinding solo on KISS' "I Want You", which was No. 1 on Kiss Army Sweden's download list for several weeks, while CLAWFINGER frontman Zak Tell leaves his personal mark on LED ZEPPELIN's "Heartbreaker". For more information, visit www.electricearth1.com.
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