Million-selling rock band Evans Blue has revealed that their forthcoming fourth studio album Graveyard of Empires will be unleashed on April 17th via Sounds + Sights Entertainment. Boasting infectious anthems fueled by indelible rock bravado, the band delivers an irrefutable musical powerhouse.
Evans Blue broke onto the scene in 2006 with their #1 debut on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart with The Melody and the Energetic Nature of Volume, which spawned the Top 5 single “Cold (But I’m Still Here).” The band’s first three studio albums have collectively sold over one million units worldwide.
The band is comprised of Dan Chandler (vocals), Parker Lauzon, (guitar), V (guitar) and Joe Pitter (bass), who are currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on Graveyard of Empires with longtime producer Trevor Kustiak and mixer Dan Korneff (Papa Roach, Breaking Benjamin). Jason Pierce (Paramore’s touring drummer) hit the skins on nine tracks and band friend Mike McClure drummed on the album’s first single “This Time It’s Different” and on “Halo” – which was released in December as a holiday gift to fans.
“This album has something to say. It’s very personal for us, human and honest,” says Chandler. “You can hear our growth as a band and as brothers. We’re excited to share it with our fans!” Lauzon adds, “We poured our heart and soul into this album. We’ve bled on every track.”
Vibrant, vicious, raw, “This Time It’s Different” debuted in the Top 25 on the iTunes Rock chart and will be impacting at radio this month.
and “Halo” here: