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East Coast rockers have signed a record contract with Chicago based, Pavement Entertainment. is comprised of vocalist Speed, guitarist Codey, bassist Skoot, and drummer Danno. The band have created a tremendous regional buzz on the strength of their live show, which has seen them share the stage with countless national acts along with being nominated in the categories of “Breakout Artist” and “Best Heavy Metal Artist” at this years Maryland Music Awards televised event.

The band’s latest single “Face The Music” has been tearing up the Under The Radar and Billboard BDS Rock Radio chart. The single has been consistently climbing at these formats and has given some of the top national acts a run for their money. According to vocalist Speed “We were experimenting with new ideas during our writing sessions and we walked away from the studio after recording feeling like we really gave it all we have.”

And giving it all they have is exactly what has been doing ever since. The band tapped producer Steven Wright to record their new album “”.  Steven, who has worked with everyone from Slipknot to Avril Lavigne, took the band on the creative musical journey they needed in order to set them apart from the countless other rock acts flooding the scene. The result is a high energy, original sounding slab of “In your face” rock that will be sure to continue to turn the heads of music fans worldwide.

The EP, “” features six originals including both Billboard Top 40 Mainstream Rock Radio Chart hits, “Face The Music” and “Never Too Late. Also included will be the next radio single and video, “Devil’s Advocate”, “Taunted”, “Ain’t That A Bitch” and the acoustic ballad, “You & Me”.

Silvertung “” coming July 8th on Pavement Music!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT:

Website: www.Silvertung.com

Twitter: Twitter.com/silvertung1

Facebook: Facebook.com/Silvertungband/

Instagram: Instagram.com/silvertungband/

EPK: http://www.the24thframe.com/silvertung/press.html

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