Matt Bishop conducted an interview with the Phoenix-based rock group EYES SET TO KILL backstage on their 2012 "Show Your True Colors" tour. You can now watch the chat below.
Having spent the last couple years on the independent grind, EYES SET TO KILL recently inked a deal with Century Media Records. Frontwoman Alexia Rodriguez explained, "For the past two years, we have been touring around the world and evolving into the band we are today without the support of a label. We are finally happy to announce that we've found a home and family at Century Media and can't wait for what is to come."
EYES SET TO KILL has been prominently featured in a number of publications, with inclusions on numerous "bands to know" lists and is a favorite in Revolver magazine's annual "Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock And Metal" issue. With critical acclaim and three previous releases landing on the Billboard charts, listeners will undoubtedly have lofty expectations for the upcoming EYES SET TO KILL album, set to be released in the spring of 2013.
"Century Media has been a fan of EYES SET TO KILL for years," stated North America label president Don Robertson, "so we're honored that when the band finally decided to return to the label system that they chose to work with us."
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