EYES SET TO KILL: New Album Artwork, Track Listing Unveiled

Arizona's EYES SET TO KILL will release its sophomore album, "The World Outside", on June 2 via BreakSilence Recordings. Written and recorded by the band in Los Angeles with producer Dave Aguilera (ex-OTEP, BLEED THE DREAM) and mixed by Thom Flowers (THE ATARIS), the CD showcases the band's evolution from their screamo beginnings into powerful songwriters that resonate raw emotion.

"The World Outside" track listing:

01. Heights ( 3:25)
02. Hourglass ( 3:26)
03. Deadly Weapons ( 3:35)
04. Interlude ( 0:59)
05. The World Outside ( 3:46)
06. March Of The Dead ( 4:19)
07. Wake Me Up ( 4:07)
08. The Hollow Pt. 1 ( 0:55)
09. The Hollow ( 3:19)
10. Risen ( 2:49)
11. Her Eyes Hold The Apocalypse ( 3:00)
12. Come Home ( 4:15)

"Our debut album was great, but I feel like we got signed so quickly that we didn't have time to really write everything that I wanted," says singer Alexia Rodriguez. "We were fresh out of high school and on the road playing shows every day and then we jumped straight from the road into the studio. There was no time for the songs to breathe or evolve. With this record, I just put all the raw emotions I've kept to myself and let them bleed out into the music."

Check out the cover artwork below.

DarlaMakeup conducted an interview with EYES SET TO KILL when the band played Reggie's Rock Club in Chicago, Illinois on April 28, 2009. Watch the four-minute chat below.

EYES SET TO KILL's debut album "Reach", debuted at No. 29 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart and No. 77 on Billboard's Independent Music chart.


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