SHADOWS FALL: Canadian In-Store Appearances Announced

Masschusetts metallers SHADOWS FALL are currently tearing across The Great White North on their first Canadian headlining tour. Frontman Brian Fair and drummer Jason Bittner will be taking part in two in-store appearances at Steve's Music stores. The first in-store will be at the Toronto location of Steve's Music on March 4. The second in-store appearance is scheduled for the Montreal location of Steve's Music on March 8. Head over to for more info.

Commented Bittner: "Brian and I will be given the opportunity to hold two meet-and-greets with our friends at Steve's Music. We look forward to spending some time with our Canadian friends and fans at a great music store! Come on out!!"

SHADOWS FALL's blistering take on OZZY OSBOURNE's "Bark At The Moon" and "Still I Rise" were featured on Fuel TV's "The Daily Habit", the show that covers everything from action sports to pop culture, cutting-edge music, product reviews, and comedy.

SHADOWS FALL released its cover of "Bark At The Moon" on the deluxe version of the band's latest album, "Retribution", which came out on September 15, 2009. The deluxe CD also included bonus covers of NUCLEAR ASSAULT's "Critical Mass" and CRO-MAGS' "Age Of Quarrel", along with a companion DVD, featuring making-of-the-album footage, live material, lessons, interviews and more.

"Retribution" sold around 13,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 35 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD was released via Everblack Industries, the label SHADOWS FALL created in conjunction with Warner Music Group's ILG, Ferret Music and ChannelZERO Entertainment.

"Retribution" was produced by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (HATEBREED, MUNICIPAL WASTE), with vocal production by Elvis Baskette (INCUBUS, ALTER BRIDGE). The cover artwork was created by Sons of Nero (UNEARTH, EVERY TIME I DIE, BRING ME THE HORIZON).


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