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Zero Hour Ready New Album and Tour

San Francisco Prog Metal band Zero Hour has readied their latest release and a tour in support of it. Now fronted by vocalist Chris Salinas (formerly of Power of Omens), the new line up recorded 7 songs under the guidance of the Producer/Engineer Dino Alden. Alden, having finished work on Marty Friedman's (Ex-Megadeth) newest solo album, gave the 7 songs an impressive professional shine. The album is titled Specs of Pictures Burnt Beyond and is already being held as one the years most anticipated releases. The band will be hitting the road to promote the new album throughout the US and Europe. Jasun and Troy have also released their first instructional videos through Chops From Hell. The momentum of Zero Hour is stronger than ever as they continue to carve their name into prog-metal history.

In support of the new album Specs of Pictures Burnt Beyond, the highly-revered prog-masters have announced a small South-to-East Coast tour beginning later this month. Tour dates follow:

10/28 Houston, TX - FBI Rock Club
11/04 Baltimore, MD - Onion Sound Studios w/ Suspyre
11/05 Metuchen, NJ - NJ Proghouse
11/09 Worcester, MA - Lucky Dog Music Hall w/ Odin's Court
11/11 Springfield, VA - Jaxx w/ Odin's Court
11/12 Brooklyn, NY - The Hook w/ Odin's Court, Enertia, The Void, Suspyre

Source: Plug In Music

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Another great band that will skip this schytthole. I HATE ST.LOUIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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