SEEMLESS' 'Cast No Shadow' Named BOSTON PHOENIX 'MP3 Of The Week'

The rollout single, "Cast No Shadow", from heralded Massachusetts hard rock quartet SEEMLESS' forthcoming album, "What Have We Become", has been named as the Boston Phoenix's "MP3 of the Week". Accompanying the MP3 is a short profile on the fast-rising band as well as a new group photo shot by photographer Bruce Bettis. The Phoenix is a weekly newspaper based in Boston, Massachusetts that emphasizes arts and entertainment coverage. View it online at this location.

SEEMLESS' "What Have We Become" will hit stores on September 5 via Equal Vision Records. The band has announced a pre-release U.S. tour set to launch on August 4 at The Machine Shop in Flint, MI. Additional dates are pending.

SEEMLESS, whose dynamic, bottom-heavy, "big-rock" sound has drawn comparisons to heavy music titans such as SOUNDGARDEN, KYUSS and DOWN, recorded "What Have We Become" at Massachusetts' legendary Longview Studios (AEROSMITH, THE ROLLING STONES). The album was produced by Peter Rutcho and SEEMLESS and has been described as 'a blend of rock 'n' roll soul and heavy metal blues." "What Have We Become" also features complex, visually striking artwork from Paul Romano (MASTODON, TRIVIUM, GODFLESH).

The final track listing for "What Have We Become" is:

01. In My Blood
02. Cast No Shadow
03. Numb
04. Eyes of a Child
05. Seven
06. Deep Below
07. Jaded
08. Parody
09. Maintain
10. Things Fall Apart

An e-card previewing the rollout single "Cast No Shadow" as well as offering a sneak peek at aspects of the "What Have We Become" album art can be found at this location.

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