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Eye Ra Haze Posts New EP Trailer

Eye Ra Haze recently finished recording new EP "Eye Of The Storm" with producer Chris “Zeuss” Harris (Killswitch Engage, Soulfly, Hatebreed).

Featuring three new tracks, "New Beginning," "Quiet Storm," and "Warships," the EP is set for release on June 11th, 2013. A teaser trailer can be heard below. The following press release was also issued about the band:

"Modern progressive music is somewhat of a boys club. With the exception of a few bands that surfaced between the mid-90’s and now, the female gender has been primarily absent from the world of progressive hard rock and metal. Finally, the wait ends now with the introduction of New York City alternative/progressive quintet Eye Ra Hze. Not only featuring drummer Kevin Corcoran’s (ex-Buried Alive) thunderous beats and Berklee-schooled bassist Chris Marrone’s fresh rhythms, the band also includes the female triple-threat of seductive crooner Natasha Nicholson, striking 8-string guitarist Nicole Papastavrou (ex-Through this Defiance), and captivating classical pianist Karine Catenacci.

"Eye Ra Haze is the natural formation of five heavy music lovers who shared the dream of sculpting a nonpareil sound in the alternative and progressive genres. Their blend of delicate, ardent melodies and tumultuous rhythm riffs force Eye Ra Haze to stand apart from the crowd. They craft each song like a passionate, personal encounter, using dynamics to translate their mood and intentions. During the tremors of their live set, Eye Ra Haze exposes a crude display of skills, taking the audience from love to rage and leaving them hung; craving to know the source of their enigmatic dark side, and their intimidating show of beauty." More...

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