ELECTRIC EARTH: 'Selling Souls' Vinyl EP Detailed

Sweden's ELECTRIC EARTH has announced more details about its upcoming vinyl EP, "Selling Souls", due at the end of April. The A-side will feature the two newly recorded, non-album tracks "Bring on the Storm" and "Unicorn" while the B-side offers two covers featuring special guests. Mattias "Ia" Eklundh from FREAK KITCHEN plays a blinding solo on KISS' "I Want You" and CLAWFINGER's frontman Zak Tell leaves his personal mark on LED ZEPPELIN's "Heartbreaker". The EP, which was recorded with IMPIOUS mastermind Valle Adzic at his Studio Deadline, will only be available directly from the band and its web site.

To check out "I Want You", click here. "Heartbreaker" is available for streaming at this locaiton.

In other news, the release dates for ELECTRIC EARTH's second CD, "Vol II – Words Unspoken", the group's first for Belgium's classic metal label Mausoleum Records, have been changed so the album will be available earlier than previously reported. The CD will now be released in Sweden April 20 and in the rest of the world May 28. The album, which was recorded at Studio Bohus with producer Roberto Laghi (MUSTASCH, HARDCORE SUPERSTAR, FREAK KITCHEN, THE AWESOME MACHINE), will come in a nice looking digipack.

Upcoming ELECTRIC EARTH shows:

Apr. 30 - Gothenburg Metal Festival, Musikens Hus, Gothenburg
May 05 - SAGA-teatern, Trollhättan
May 25 - Gränslös Kulturfestival, Åmål

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