Upon A Burning Body To Release New EP “Built From War” In July

Upon A Burning Body will be releasing their new EP “Built From War” on July 31. So far, the band have released two songs from the effort including the title track and “5×3.” In addition to those tracks, the EP will also feature “Chains Of Agony,” “Living For The Weekend,” and “Extermination.”

Upon A Burning Body Planning New EP & Album

Upon A Burning Body have shared a new video update in which they revealed their upcoming plans. Among them are a new EP, which will be released this summer, and a new album, which they are hoping to track this summer. If you missed it, the title tack of the EP, “Built From War,” was released early and can be found HERE.

[via The PRP]

Upon A Burning Body Announce December Dates With Cane Hill

Upon A Burning Body have announced a December tour with Cane Hill. Here’s the dates:

12/13 Jacksonville, FL – Nighthawks
12/14 Greer, SC – The Spinning Jenny
12/15 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
12/17 Birmingham, AL – Zydeco
12/18 New Orleans, LA – Southport Hall
12/20 Fort Worth, TX – The Rail Club Live (no Cane Hill)
12/21 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger (no Cane Hill)

Upon A Burning Body Cover Alice Cooper’s “Feed My Frankenstein”

Upon A Burning Body have shared a cover of Alice Cooper‘s “Feed My Frankenstein.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band’s new album “Southern Hostility“ will be released on June 7.

Guitarist Ruben Alvarez commented:

“In a world filled with ultra-sensitive, politically correct keyboard worriers, there isn’t a better time for the original shock rocker, Alice Cooper, to come and shake things up. When we saw that he was hitting the road again, it was a no-brainer to pay tribute to the man himself. We were searching for a song that had that nostalgic feel and would be a great sing-along, especially for all the fans who probably remember Alice from ‘Wayne’s World‘.

We saw many parallels to UABB and Cooper in the way that he has so many different types of songs and messages. He’s able to have fun, but lay down the feels with a strong message. Cooper was also the very first concert that [UABB vocalist] Danny Leal ever went to! We are all huge fans and couldn’t have picked a better song to cover than this. It’s hype and doesn’t take itself too seriously. It also has two of the best guitarist of all time!

I think Alice would dig our take ’cause of the heavy element we added while staying true to the classic Cooper sound you definitely don’t want to mess with. Party on!”

[via Revolver]