>House of Heroes – hitting the studio and song for haiti

House of Heroes is hitting the studio in 2010. The band has also donated a song to Songs for Haiti.

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January 20, 2010 (09:02 AM)

House of Heroes hit the studio in February

House Of Heroes will hit the studio to begin recording 2010 release also donates track to Songs for Haiti earthquake relief.

After a year of nonstop action in 2009 with the retail release of The End Is Not The End and three EP release’s The Acoustic End, House Of Heroes Meets The Beatles and The Christmas Classics as well as non-stop touring House Of Heroes gets set to hit the studio in February with producer Mark Lee Townsend (Deas Vail, Relient K) to begin work on their next effort due out later this year.

House Of Heroes also donated the acoustic version on the track ‘Serial Sleepers’ to Songs For Haiti 2010 Earthquake Relief (http://songsforhaiti.org) to help with relief efforts, 100% of money contributed through “Songs for Haiti” will be spread among three charities active in Haiti: Doctors Without Borders, Red Cross, and Wyclef Jean’sYele Haiti Earthquake Fund.

via Welcome To The Official Site of Gotee Records.


> abandon kansas – “we’re all going somewhere ep” and download

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