CANDLEBOX: Performance Footage Of New Songs Posted Online

Fan-filmed video footage of CANDLEBOX performing two new songs during the band's March 25, 2008 concert at The Roxy in West Hollywood, California can be viewed below.

CANDLEBOX is scheduled to release a new studio album on July 8 via the independent music label Silent Majority Group, headed by Jeff Hanson, who has managed groups such as CREED and SEVENDUST.

Silent Majority Group offered CANDLEBOX a 50/50 deal, which vocalist Kevin Martin said means the band gets equal say on its music and input on album production and artwork.

Rhino Records in May 2006 released "The Best of Candlebox", featuring all of the single releases from CANDLEBOX's previous three albums as well as a few additional album tracks and the song "Glowing Soul", which was featured on the soundtrack for the movie "The Waterboy".

"Underneath It All":

"Surrendering":

(Thanks: Jeff Cerzosie / The Infinite Staircase)

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