Heaven & Earth will release its next album next month.
The band announced this week that it will release Hard to Kill, its fourth full-length studio recording Friday, Oct. 6 in stores and online via Quarto Valley Records. Pre-orders are open now through the band’s PledgeMusic campaign.
The 11-song album opens with a tribute to rock music’s longevity in the album’s title track. ‘L.A. Blues,’ another of the album’s songs, tells the story of the downside of living and working in Los Angeles while ‘The Game Has Changed’ focuses on changes. A lyric video for the song is streaming online now here.
The songs noted here are just a few of the album’s key additions. Just as important to the album’s whole are the likes of ‘Til It’s Over,’ ‘Bleed Me Dry’ and ‘Walk Away.’
Heaven & Earth guitarist Stuart Smith said in a recent interview that the band in whole has been looking forward to the album’s release and had high hopes for its reception. He added the band is looking forward just as much to bringing its new songs (and older material) to its audiences live.
“We feel that Hard to Kill is definitely the band’s best work yet, and we’re excited to see how it’s received,” Smith said. “We’re looking forward to going on tour and playing sections from all four Heaven & Earth albums, as well as a few surprises.”
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