GREY SKIES FALLEN Releases New EP

New York metal band GREY SKIES FALLEN has made its new EP, "Introspective", available for streaming on its ReverbNation page. The EP is also available for purchase for $3 on the band's Bandcamp page.

"Introspective" features three songs, one of which is the epic, 20-minute-plus title track. The cover artwork was created by Travis Smith and can be seen below.

"Introspective" is GREY SKIES FALLEN's first release since 2010's "Along Came Life". It was recorded as a three-piece band, with Dave Case (HELMET) helping out on bass. This also marks the first GREY SKIES FALLEN release without co-founding member Joe D'Angelo on guitar. Frontman/guitarist Rick Habeeb handled all guitar work on this EP.

GREY SKIES FALLEN is currently seeking a guitarist and bassist to fill out their ranks. The band is anxious to resume playing live. Interested musicians are invited to email the band at [email protected]

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