Black Tide Release Spanish Language EP

Black Tide have released Al Cielo, a Spanish language EP featuring three songs from their latest DGC/Interscope Records release, Post Mortem.

Black Tide Release Spanish Language EP
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Fresh off the 2011 Uproar Tour, Miami-based hard rock group Black Tide have released Al Cielo, a Spanish language EP featuring three songs from their latest DGC/Interscope Records release, Post Mortem. Re-recorded versions of "Let It Out," "That Fire," and "Into The Sky" make up the EP as "Djalo Salir," "That Fire (Espaol)," and title track "Al Cielo." Fans can preview and download the tracks on Black Tide's Facebook page, or on iTunes now. Also brand new from Black Tide is the second installment of their Twitter-fueled web-series #DareBlackTide. The band is collecting dares from fans on Twitter, filming themselves going through with them, then posting the videos here. Fans are encouraged to tweet dares using #dareblacktide for a chance to see the band attempt their challenge from the road. The band is back in Miami this week promoting Al Cielo having just wrapped up nearly two months on the 2011 Uproar Tour, concluding with a rousing performance at the two day 48 Hours Festival in Las Vegas. The massive active rock tour featured genre heavyweights Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, Seether, Escape the Fate and more. Black Tide kicks off a run through the Midwest and South with Halestorm and others starting November 18th. Full dates are below, including just announced stops in Indiana, Illinois, and Louisiana. Black Tide Tour Dates: 11/18/11 First Avenue Minneapolis, MN 93X Ultimate Girl show w/ Puddle of Mudd 11/23/11 Kenosha, WI Brat Stop* 11/25/11 Saginaw, MI Dow Event Center* 11/26/11 Dayton, OH McGuffy's House of Rock* 12/02/11 Showbox SODO Seattle, WA KISW Holiday Hangover Ball w/ Puddle of Mudd 12/07/11 Fayetteville, AR George's Majestic Lounge* 12/08/11 Kansas City, MO Midland Theatre w/ Puddle of Mudd* 12/10/11 South Bend, IN Club Fever w/ Puddle of Mudd* 12/11/11 Joliet, IL Mojoe's Rock House * 12/13/11 Shreveport, LA Riverside Warehouse* 12/14/11 Jackson, MS Club Fire* 12/15/11 New Orleans, LA The Hangar* 12/16/11 Biloxi, MS Mississippi Coast Coliseum WCPR Christmas show w/ Chevelle, Staind* 12/17/11 Pensacola, FL Vinyl Music Hall* 12/31/11 House of Blues Orlando, FL - w/ Sevendust * = w/ Halestorm, Adelitas Way

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    doomsdayscottie
    the first album was good, but the second one was so bad it ruined the band. they had a unique sound with the first album. it was a blend of 80's and modern metal but the second album just sounds like every shitty modern "metal" act out there lost all respect for these guys.
    deathofarev
    first album was good, 2nd one wasn't as good but the lead singers balls did drop. so I can listen to the 2nd one knowing that life made his voice change, the music isn't new enough to hold my attention for a long time though