FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES To Release Limited-Edition EP
New York-based hard rock band FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES will release a limited-edition three-song EP on March 13 via Hot Topic stores nationwide. Priced just $1.99, the EP features two tracks — "Deth Kult Social Club" and "Pioneers" — taken from the forthcoming album, "Holding a Wolf by the Ears", along with a previously unreleased b-side, "Y2K".
The group's fourth full-length disc, "Holding a Wolf by the Ears" is due April 10 on Vagrant.
Formed in 2000, FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES became known for their bruising live shows and for deftly marrying melody to the punishing, aggressive hardcore sound. The band released their first album, "Too Bad You're Beautiful", on Ferret in 2001 that went on to sell over 100,000 copies. The band signed to Vagrant in 2003 and released "The Fiction We Live" (over 150,000 sold), followed by "Abandon Your Friends".
FROM AUTUMN TO ASHES will spend two solid months on the road beginning in March as they co-headline with HASTE THE DAY and are joined by MAYLENE & THE SONS OF DISASTER and ALESANA.
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