GREY SKIES FALLEN: 'Along Came Life' EP Available On iTunes

New York metal band GREY SKIES FALLEN has made its new EP, "Along Came Life", available via iTunes. The artwork for the group's first release since 2006's "Two Way Mirror" was handled by Travis Smith, who has previously worked with OPETH, NEVERMORE, AMORPHIS and KING DIAMOND, among many others.

"Along Came Life" track listing:

01. The Grand Scheme Of Things
02. By The Wayside
03. Forever And A Day
04. Along Came Life

Sonically, "Along Came Life" "runs the gamut from mellow to heavy, and provides the listener with yet another new twist on the GREY SKIES FALLEN sound," according to a press release.

GREY SKIES FALLEN is currently working on material for a full-length album.

"Along Came Life" can be streamed in its entirety on the GREY SKIES FALLEN YouTube page.

"The Grand Scheme Of Things" audio stream:

"By The Wayside" audio stream:

"Forever And A Day" audio stream:

"Along Came Life" audio stream:

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