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Free Reign

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Free Reign Posts "One Step Away" Video

Free Reign has teamed up with Noisecreep.com to post a music video online for the song "One Step Away," which can be viewed below. The band includes two Dallas Cowboys (Marc Colombo and Leonard Davis) and a Miami Dolphin (Cory Procter). In the group, right tackle Colombo handles vocals, right guard Davis handles bass, and center/guard Procter mans the drums, with the line-up rounded out by non-footballer and guitarist Justin Chapman.

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Free Reign Releasing New Single

Comprised of two Dallas Cowboys (Marc Colombo and Leonard Davis) and a Miami Dolphin (Cory Procter), Free Reign is certainly a larger than life heavy metal crew. In the group, right tackle Colombo handles vocals, right guard Davis handles bass, and center/guard Procter mans the drums. With the line-up rounded out by non-footballer and accomplished guitarist Justin Chapman, the quartet is readying the release of an all-new single, "One Step Away," which follows up on the promise of last year's five-song release, "Tragedy."

Explains Colombo, "'One Step Away' is a song about feeling close to success - whether it'd be a band that has worked so hard but could not quite reach their dream, or a team/player that's accomplished so much but a championship just seems to allude them. What keeps people coming back is the idea that maybe this time nothing will stand in your way of achieving your ultimate goal."

"One Step Away" will be released by the band via its own label, DC Rightside Music, and a new, full-length studio album will follow-up the single in April 2011. Recently, Free Reign won Revolver Magazine's Golden Gods Award, for "Most Metal Athletes."

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