THE UNHEARD OF Completes U.S. Tour In Support Of New CD

THE UNHEARD OF, the Los Angeles-based band featuring former TWO HIT CREEPER members Michael Del Pizzo and James "Jaboo" Amen, have just completed their fifth self-financed independent U.S. tour in the last year and a half to support their second self-released CD, "Hymns of the Long Forgotten". Recorded at Baron Bodnar's studio UnderCity Recordings with Stefan Neary, this enhanced CD contains the band's most epic and musically ambitious rock material to date with along with two music videos. Samples of the new release, along with the band's 2005 debut CD, "The Struggle" (which has already in its third printing), can be heard at and Both CDs are available for purchase through those web sites.

"Hymns of the Long Forgotten" track listing:

01. Preludio
02. Choker
03. The Sun Goes Black
04. The Passion is Gone
05. So Life Deceives
06. Over the Wall
Enhanced material (videos):
07. Sail to the Edge of Your Mind
08. Your Face (Live at the Continental in NYC)


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