Sirius Satellite Radio's Hard Attack (Channel 27) presents the radio premiere of TODAY IS THE DAY's "Broken Promises And Dead Dreams" on Wednesday, September 5, at 7:00 p.m. Eastern time.

"Broken Promises And Dead Dreams" is a blistering new track off TODAY IS THE DAY's eighth studio album, "Axis of Eden", and it will be the first new TODAY IS THE DAY song to grace the airwaves in over 3 years.

TODAY IS THE DAY's current lineup features world-renowned drummer Derek Roddy, as well as frontman Steve Austin (also a producer, renowned for his work with LAMB OF GOD and CONVERGE) and bassist Chris Debari.

Hitting stores September 18, "Axis of Eden" is the first new TODAY IS THE DAY album to be released on SuperNova Records, the label founded by TODAY IS THE DAY frontman Steve Austin. SuperNova Records is distributed exclusively by MRI/RED in the U.S., FAB in Canada, Cargo in Europe, and IODA for all digital distribution.


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