THE DEAD LAY WAITING Unveils Two More U.S. Exclusive Tracks :::: Set to Release New Album, ‘Almost Heaven’, in the US on January 24th, 2012

Swindon, UK’s THE DEAD LAY WAITING (TDLW) is unveiling two more U.S. exclusive tracks from their upcoming album, Almost Heaven, releasing in the U.S. with Rising Records on January 24th, 2012. PureGrainAudio.com is currently streaming the track ‘Look At Us Now’, and PureVolume.com is streaming the track ‘The Voices’. Check out both tracks now and stay tuned to hear more tracks from TDLW in the coming weeks!

Almost Heaven was released in June 2011 in the UK, featuring 14 tracks and 60 minutes of pulsating music. The album also marks the return of Barry Clayton, the voice behind the now well known intro to Iron Maiden’s Number Of The Beast. The band’s first music video from the album, ‘The Days I’m Gone,’ reached #6 in the Scuzz TV playlist, and the band is planning to release a second video for the track ‘Burnt to Ashes’. Streaming tracks from Almost Heavenare available now at the band’s YouTube page.

With a fan base growing, the band is ready to take on anything anywhere and perform their bone-crushing live performance across the world.

THE DEAD LAY WAITING is:

Luke Lucas: Vocals

Ben Connett: Guitar

Steve Franklin: Guitar

Sam Sara: Bass

Tom Shrimpton: Drums

-For more information about THE DEAD LAY WAITING, please visit these websites:

www.thedeadlaywaiting.com

http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Dead-Lay-Waiting/123805843564

http://twitter.com/tdlw

http://www.youtube.com/TheDeadLayWaiting

http://www.myspace.com/thedeadlaywaiting

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