UNEARTH Frontman: 'We Couldn't Be Any More Amped To Get Back On The Road'
UNEARTH frontman Trevor Phipps has issued the following update:
"The Sanctity of Brothers Tour [with BLEEDING THROUGH, TERROR and THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD] starts tomorrow [Thursday, September 7] in Cleveland, Ohio and we couldn't be any more amped to get back on the road. We are stepping things up this time around with a bigger and better stage show and a revolving set list that will see different songs from the new record being played every night. We have rehearsed EVERY song off 'III: In the Eyes of Fire' and we will be playing five or six different songs off the album on a nightly basis as well as playing tunes off of all our previous releases.
This is our last U.S. tour in 2006 as we are heading to Japan, Australia, New Zealand and Europe after this, so if you want to see us live this is the time to do it."
"III: In the Eyes of Fire" has sold 41,000 copies in the United States since its August 8 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD was recorded at a Seattle studio with producer Terry Date (PANTERA, DEFTONES). A limited-edition version of "III: In the Eyes of Fire" includes a bonus DVD containing the "making of" footage for the album and a live video filmed on the Sounds of The Underground tour.
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