ANOTHER BLACK DAY: E-Card Available

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida-based hard rock act ANOTHER BLACK DAY (formerly FROM THE ASHES) has released a new, interactive e-card in support of its self-titled debut album. The player features two tracks from the band's upcoming release, including the first single, "Wicked Soul".

"Another Black Day" was recorded at Bieler Brothers studios (SKINDRED, NONPOINT) in Sunrise, Florida with producer Matt LaPlant (NONPOINT, SIKTH) and is scheduled for release on May 20 through Bieler Bros. Records. The first single from the album, "Wicked Soul", will impact rock radio across the nation on March 25. "Wicked Soul" has already become one of the most played songs on KBPI in Colorado and has recently been added to WXRX in Illinois and KFMX in Texas.

ANOTHER BLACK DAY will join labelmates NONPOINT as well as HELLYEAH, FAIR TO MIDLAND and BURY YOUR DEAD when they perform at 94.5 KFMX's "Ultra-Mega-Super-Birthday Bash" on February 29.

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