EYES SET TO KILL's ALEXIA RODRIGUEZ To Release Solo Album

EYES SET TO KILL's frontwoman Alexia Rodriguez (a.k.a. Lexia) has set an October 12, 2010 release date for her new solo album, "Lexia: Underground Sounds". The CD will include acoustic versions of classic EYES SET TO KILL tracks, a cover of RADIOHEAD's "Climbing Up The Walls", and new material that takes Lexia in a whole new direction.

Lexia is currently streaming an acoustic version of the song "Reach" online at this location.

"When I'm on the road, I have nothing but time on my hands, so for the most part I'm always trying to find something constructive to kill the time," Lexia commented.

"The songs I write on the road are mellow and chilled, which don't necessarily work as EYES SET TO KILL songs.

"I try to write songs in different styles and genres and just demo them for myself.

"I never thought about putting out a solo album, but my manager heard them and freaked out saying, 'These are amazing, you have to release them!' At first I was nervous and wondering what my band would think, but they were super-supportive of the idea."

Rodriguez wants fans to see a different side of her with the release of "Lexia: Underground Sounds". Dark, atmospheric indie pop, and extremely melodic, the CD plays to Rodriguez's strengths as a songwriter. Unshackled from the expectations of fans and the confines of her bandmates, it's here that she flourishes and blossoms with confidence as a vocalist and artist, to evoke comparisons to Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, and RADIOHEAD's Thom Yorke.

"Lexia: Underground Sounds" track listing:

01. Intro
02. Basements
03. Climbing Up The Walls
04. Let Me In
05. Over
06. Come Home
07. Still Here
08. Memories
09. World Outside
10. Reach
11. Waste
12. Come Home Acoustic




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