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Merging intensity with melody, 3 Years Hollow plans to spread their rabid Quad Cities fanbase throughout the rest of the US and beyond, with their upcoming release, 'The Cracks,' which drops on February 11, 2014. The twelve-track release will be the group's full-length debut for Imagen Records, and was produced by none other than Sevendust guitarist/songwriter Clint Lowery (Lowery also guests on a track, "For Life"). Comprised of Urquiza, Tony Reeves (guitar), Neil Kuhlman (guitar), Dex Digga (bass), and Chris Cushman (drums), 3 Years Hollow has already enjoyed success on such stations as Sirius XM Octane, which added the song, "Remember" (of which a remastered version resides on 'The Cracks') to their rotation. Soon after, the song hit #1 on the channel, while all of the group's videos have attracted nearly 500,000 YouTube views. Also included is the aforementioned "For Life," of which Urquiza describes as "It's about a person who is struggling and has fallen away from the world alone. You can see the damage and the demons the person deals with on a daily basis. However, all of a sudden, there is hope instead of despair. The final message is to pull away from the demons, stand strong against them, and keep them out for the rest of your life. It was such an honor to bring that track to life with Clint." Instead of setting up shop at a single recording studio, it turns out that the sessions for 'The Cracks' occurred at several different studios, including Groovemaster Studios (where Disturbed, Sevendust, and Pop Evil have all recorded) in Chicago, IL, Trailer Studios in St. Louis, MO, and the band's own studio, Real Trax Recording, in Davenport, IA. For more information, visit www.3yearshollow.com
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