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Rising Releases "Beautiful Tomorrow" Bonus Track

While Rising is currently writing for a next album, the band now releases bonus track "Beautiful Tomorrow," recorded during the sessions for the "Oceans Into Their Graves" LP. Listen in below.

In April of 2016, Rising released third album "Oceans Into Their Graves," which was also the first collection of songs featuring the band's new lineup. Rising then spent the past year playing mostly national shows, among those a performance at one-day festival Risefest as well as the prestigious Roskilde Festival.

Eleven songs were tracked, but only ten of them made the cut, as one last song was considered an outsider and left unfinished. Despite this, Rising has now completed the track entitled "Beautiful Tomorrow" and made it available online via Bandcamp.

Rising is currently working on new material to be recorded in the fall of 2017, once again with producer Jacob Bredahl. As for now, the band announces new 2017 shows including Danish and German dates and festival appearances, not at least Copenhell in June, which will be the last show of the year until the final album preparations will take over.

1/27/2017 Mono Goes Metal Festival - Aarhus,DK
2/11/2017 Midwinter Meltdown Festival - Randers,DK
2/25/2017 Kasernen - Næstved, DK
3/23/2017 VeB - Lübeck, DE
3/24/2017 Bährenzwinger - Dresden, DE
3/25/2017 Akko - Leipzig, DE
3/26/2017 Bastard Club - Osnabrück, DE
3/27/2017 Alte Meierei - Kiel, DE
5/12/2017 Pitstop - Kolding, DK
5/13/2017 Stengade - Copenhagen, DK
6/03/2017 Spillestedet - Rønne, DK
6/24/2017 Copenhell - Copenhagen, DK

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