Eve To Adam "Run Your Mouth"
Wednesday September 5, 2012
Eve to Adam are gearing up to hit the road this fall with acclaimed hard rock band Halestorm. The Jägermeister sponsored tour will kick off November 8th in Mobile, AL and will finish up at Hard Rock Live Cafe in Orlando, FL on December 15th. The tour will also feature supporting act In This Moment (full schedule below).
"We are very excited to be part of this tour," says front man Taki Sassaris. "Both Halestorm and In This Moment are hard hitting bands that we respect immensely. We can't wait to join forces and tear it up with them every night!" Their debut album, Banquet for a Starving Dog, is out now on iTunes.
For more on Eve to Adam, including ticket info, check out their official site, evetoadam.com as well as their Facebook and pages.
Tuesday August 21, 2012
EVE TO ADAM has teamed up with Groupees.com for a special one week only contest called Operation Gratitude Bundle. In coodination with Operation Gratitude charity, the rock trio shares their care and support for the troops by offering a digital bundle of 5 of their songs and the "Run Your Mouth" video for a "name your own price ($2 minimum)" donation. 20% of the donations will go toward Operation Gratitude to deliver care packages to U.S. Service Members deployed in hostile regions, to their children left behind and to Wounded Warriors, Veterans and First Responders. If $1,000 dollars is reached, Eve To Adam will release an unreleased version of their song "Little Says." If $5,000 dollars is reached, the band will do a cover song based on the fans vote. The #2 contributor gets a signed CD, poster, and t-shirt. The grand prize will go to the #1 contributor who will be flown out to New York for two nights with the opportunity to have dinner with Eve To Adam. Check out this special opportunity at http://groupees.com/eta and help support U.S. Troops and Families.
The band is currently in the midst of their US tour supporting Creed. For a full list of tour dates and updates from the band, check out their official site as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages. Make sure to pick up a copy of Banquet for a Starving Dog available on iTunes now.
Friday May 11, 2012
Queens, New York Hard Rock band Eve to Adam have just announced that their next single will be a cover of the legendary Alice Cooper's 1972 hit "Schools Out." The band recently recorded the track and filmed a teaser video at Vudu studios in Long Island, during a two day break from their national tour with Creed.
Eve to Adam will be doing a live chat with fans on Ustream on Tuesday May 15 at 6 PM PST, before their show with Creed at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles. Be sure to tune in to ask the band your questions, and keep an eye out for the new track, coming soon.
For more of the latest news, visit their official site at www.evetoadam.com.
Eve To Adam, often abbreviated “ETA”, is an anthemic, guitar driven hard rock band based in New York City. In 1998, Taki Sassaris and his brother Alex signed with songsmith Desmond Child's production company. Child had plans to groom the band to be pop stars that would perform his material, but that concept didn't sit well with Taki. After writing numerous songs with Child, the brothers left his company and moved to New York in hopes of completing the band. In 1999, Taki and Alex discovered guitar virtuoso Gaurav Bali and the three remain the core of Eve To Adam to this day. Later that year, without so much as an album to back them up, the group toured with Motley Crue on the Maximum Rock tour. The year was not without turmoil, though. They had signed to a division of Warner Bros music called Mystic Music and were working on their debut CD when problems developed with financing. After conquering their first major crisis, Eve To Adam released its well reviewed debut album, Auburn Slip in July 2001 on their own Mikendra Records label. They toured extensively in the Eastern half of the United States for the next two years and in November 2003 issued a second release, "Antidote", an enhanced-CD, featuring footage of unplugged performances and dynamic, electric performances.
In late 2006, the Sassaris brothers and Bali loaded up a van and drove cross-country to Los Angeles. For two months, the band shared one hotel room while they recorded their third album — Queens To Eden — with producers Paul Lani and Sean E. Demott. The disc was released in June 2007 and the New York City quartet opened for Daughtry, doing 54 sold out shows on Daughtry’s first national headlining tour. In 2007, Eve to Adam completed a tour regimen of 112 concerts, doing shows and touring with Saliva, 3 Doors Down, Crossfade, Smile Empty Soul, The Exies, Tesla and 12 Stones, respectively. Queens to Eden has sold more than 10,000 digital copies, 10,000 hard copies and 10,000 digital singles. With an ever-increasing fan base on the rise, the band was once again on the road in 2008 to support their active radio hits “Gift” and “151” as well as their most successful single, the anthem for the U.S. armed services, "Comin' Home (A Stranger)".
With new management, label and bass player Eric Bergmann, a reinvigorated Eve to Adam is currently in the studio creating and recording their finest work to date. The new album Banquet For a Starving Dog will be distributed by Universal Music Group and is scheduled to be released on August 23, 2011. Also in the summer of 2011, Eve to Adam will be doing a national tour in support of their new release.