Shinedown to Unleash ‘The Warner Sound Live Room EP’

2013-05-27

Story by Charles Ken

Shinedown will release a new live EP via iTunes on May 28

Florida rockers Shinedown are set to release an exclusive live EP next week called “The Warner Sound Live Room EP.” The set, which is part of the ongoing Warner Sound Live Room series, was recorded earlier this year at Henson Recording Studios in Hollywood, Calif., and features songs off Shinedown’s latest release, 2012’s “Amaryllis,” as well as a cover rendition of Carole King’s 1971 tune, “I Feel the Earth Move.” Specifically, the track listiing includes “Bully,” “I’ll Follow You,” “Amaryllis,” “Miracle” and “I Feel the Earth Move.”

The digital EP is currently available for pre-order via iTunes, while the full release will be available for download beginning on Tuesday (May 28).

In other Shinedown news, the band — which brings together frontman Brent Smith, guitarist Zach Myers, bass player Eric Bass and drummer Barry Kerch — has a number of Canadian shows lined up for this summer, followed by a string of gigs in the U.K. What’s more, the Canadian shows are with classic rockers Kiss. For a full list of the band’s upcoming tour roster, visit Shinedown’s official website.




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