House of Heroes Release Rock-Anthem Inspired Album 'Cold Hard Want'

Jul 11 2012

House of Heroes have released their new album 'Cold Hard Want' this week. The thirteen track album was produced by Paul Moak (Mat Kearney, Lovedrug) and mixed by J.R. McNeely.

"At this point, it's vital we transcend everything we have done before", explains the band's lead singer Tim Skipper. "Music is at a desperate place. Musicians like ourselves are at a desperate place as well, trying to make a living in a dying economy. We had to do something that would propel us to the next level. Good thing we work best under pressure."

Described as a blend of experimental and quirky classic-rock-influenced anthems, on par with Switchfoot and Anberlin, the band say the album was influenced by some of the biggest names in rock music. "We listened to a lot of anthems and tried to hone in on what made them great - everything from the Clash and U2, to Guns N' Roses and Aerosmith."

The band are gearing up for a summer of touring in support of 'Cold Hard Want', with dates alongside Relient K, Hellogoodbye and William Beckett kicking off on 22nd July in Portland.


'Cold Hard Want' Track Listing:
1. A Man Who's Not Afraid
2. Out My Way
3. Dance (blow It All Away)
4. Remember The Empire
5. We Were Giants
6. The Cop
7. Comfort Trap
8. Touch This Light
9. Angels Of Night
10. Stay
11. Suspect
12. Curtains
13. I Am A Symbol

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