Finland's DAY ELEVEN To Release New Single Next Week
Finnish alternative rock/metal group DAY ELEVEN will release the first single, "Whenever You Say You Love Me", off its upcoming album on February 14. The single includes the title track (which has already garnered major airplay on Finnish radio), accompanied by two versions of the song "Dissonance Fading" (the acoustic version only being available on this single). Though the single will only be officially released in Finland, it is possible to pre-order it worldwide through the band's official web site, www.day-eleven.com.
According to a press release, DAY ELEVEN is "a group playing hard-hitting alternative rock/metal spiced with a diverse array of influences from punk to goth to pop. Having recently completed the recordings for their second album, 'Sleepwalkers', with producer Jens Bogren (KATATONIA, OPETH, DISCO ENSEMBLE), the band has signed with the Sweden-based management company Vulture & Sons Music Group and is looking forward to taking its show on the road."
"Sleepwalkers" is scheduled for release on March 14.
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