SUNFLOWER DEAD Leaks Another Exclusive Track — AOL’s Noisecreep.com Posts New Track “Wasted”


New Self-Titled Album Hits Stores Next Tuesday, August 21st!

 

SUNFLOWER DEAD and AOL’s Noisecreep.com have unveiled the third exclusive track leak from the band in the last month, this time featuring the hard-hitting track ‘Wasted’. The track is cut from the band’s new self-titled album, which hits stores next Tuesday, August 21, 2012 on Bloody Bat Records. Fans can stream the track at this location. Stay tuned next week for more exclusive content.

 

As previously announced, the band is throwing an invite-only CD release party at Harvelle’s in Long Beach, CA on August 17, 2012. To be guest listed, you must submit your name and email information at the band’s website.  Head over to www.sunflowerdead.com/contact/ to submit, choose the category “Album Release Party” where prompted, and choose to email sunflowerdead@gmail.com.

 

The band is also taking pre-orders for their debut album directly from their store (www.sunflowerdead.com/shop), including a variety of package deals.  For anyone who uses the code ‘CREEP’ when placing an order directly through their site between 8/14/12-8/20/12, the band will offer a 10% discount.  Valid once per customer and on new orders only.

 

 

SUNFLOWER DEAD consists of Jaime Teissere (guitar, formerly of Droid), Michael Del Pizzo (vocals, piano, accordion), Jaboo (guitar) formerly of Two Hit Creeper, Luis Gascon (bass) touring member of Buckethead, and Jimmy Schultz (drums) touring drummer of In This Moment. The band formed with a goal of creating an undeniable unit that would not just move but more importantly, entertain people.

 

After forming, the group went into Temple Studios (owned by Raymond Herrera of Fear Factory and B Real of Cyrpress Hill) with Christian Olde Wolbers (Fear Factory) to produce their 11- track self-titled debut record, set to release on August 21, 2012 with Bloody Bat Records LLC.  Co-produced and mixed by Jeremy Blair (Guns N’ Roses, DevilDriver) at Temple and House of Blues Studios, and mastered by Robert Hadley (Korn) at The Mastering Lab, the album has a tight, punchy sound with crushing low end and ultra wide sonics.

 

For more information on SUNFLOWER DEAD, please visit these websites:

 

www.sunflowerdead.com

www.facebook.com/sunflowerdead

www.twitter.com/SUNFLOWERDEAD

www.reverbnation.com/sunflowerdead