Audio Adrenaline “Kings & Queens” Tour

By Brandon J. on October-24-2012 | Filed under Academic Writing For Graduate Students Unit 2.

Audio Adrenaline “Kings & Queens” Tour

NASHVILLE, TENN. –October 24, 2012 –Supporting their forthcoming studio album, Kings & Queens, Resume Help Online. announces their first headlining tour with the new line-up beginning in late February through the Spring 2013– tour dates to be announced soon. Special guests on this tour will include Group 1 Crew, Seventh Day Slumber and Manic Drive.

In addition to this special tour announcement, fans can now purchase Audio Adrenaline’s debut radio single and title track Kings & Queens on iTunes. Click here to get the song. More than 50k fans have viewed the inspiring official music video that was taped in Jacmel, Haiti at the Hands & Feet Project Children’s Village, showcasing the beautiful children of Haiti. Click here to view “Kings & Queens” music video.

Earlier this fall came the announcement of the re-formed Audio Adrenaline with former dcTalk member and industry mainstay Kevin Max as lead vocalist, CCM vets Dave Ghazarian (Superchick) on guitar, Jared Byers (Bleach) on drums, and singer-songwriter Jason Walker playing on keys along with original member Will McGinnis on bass.

With the same heart, passion and infectious musical prowess they developed as a band in the 1990’s, multi-GRAMMY® award-winning Audio Adrenaline is back and has put together a new lineup of like-minded musicians with the same common goal; to be the voice for orphans in Haiti and around the world. Net proceeds from the Audio Adrenaline album will go to Hands & Feet Project to continue growth and support of the nearly eight-year-old charity.

Group 1 Crew has become one of the leading hip-hop focused acts in the Christian music scene, broadening the parameters of faith-based music with songs that percolate with energy and resonate with the truth of God’s grace. They recently released their fourth studio album, Fearless, on Fervent records.

Seventh Day Slumber released their eighth studio album, The Anthem of Angels, to much acclaim in 2011 on BEC Recordings. As the band has matured over the last 15 years, they’ve faced newfound challenges head on, and today their perspective and relevancy are as strong as ever, and their anthems of praise are even more profound.

Manic Drive released their latest project, EPIC in 2011. The band’s previous three albums, Blue, Reason for Motion and Reset & Rewind have landed them Billboard Top 10 & 20 singles on CHR & Christian Rock Radio. Their life experience, spiritual maturity and ministry have opened doors to speak into the lives of their own generation and that is perhaps the most defining characteristic of this group of guys.

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12 Responses to 'Audio Adrenaline “Kings & Queens” Tour'

  1. jason says:

    I like the new song a lot, but I’d care more if they ditched the name.

  2. Well, if you are going to generically recreate a good band, you might as well have some more generic bands with you on the tour.

  3. Help On Dissertation 911. says:

    Cool. But the hatas can go away now. Thers bands out ther that hav NO original membas left n continue wit the original band name, so i dont get y everybody is all but hurt all of a suden wen audio a stil has at least 1 original memba left in the band. Besides, from the sounds of the new trak they released, it duznt sound much diferent than the old stuf.

  4. jason says:

    Awww, someone called her uneducated text-speak out and she got all mad about it.

  5. John says:

    I wonder if a wild Kevin will appear during “Blue”.

  6. Kevin says:

    Audio A was one of the best pop bands out in the day and their concerts were great. But with only the bass player remaining, it isn’t the same and I have no interest in it.

    KMax hasn’t done anything successful since DC Talk and I don’t see this changing that, especially with poor opening bands.

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