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FMQB Productions on March 22, 2012 19:29

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    Shinedown's much anticipated new release, Amaryllis, is set to land on March 27. The band once again worked with producer Rob Cavallo, who collaborated on 2008's record-breaking The Sound of Madness, which spent 120 consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200, selling 1.3 million copies. Amaryllis was recorded at Cavallo's Lightning Sound studios outside of Los Angeles and at a pair of Hollywood landmarks, Ocean Way Recording and Capitol Studios.

    Speaking about Amaryllis, Shinedown frontman Brent Smith says: "I've always seen Shinedown as its own entity – this living thing that's been growing and developing and evolving over the past 10 years. During the recording, the vision of what Shinedown is and where it's going became completely clear. Amaryllis is the manifestation of that vision, the centerpiece of what Shinedown is. It reflects on everything we've done and where we're heading. It's a message of empowerment, perseverance, and inspiration that I think speaks to fans that have been with us since the beginning as well as those who are just learning about who we are and what we're about. I can't wait for the world to hear it."

    Tracks 1-4 are edited-for-web versions of the Inside Shinedown: Amaryllis prgram that aired on radio stations nationwide. It features front man Brent Smith in a sit down with long time friend of the band, Rob Cressman.

    Track 5 features Brent giving a track-by-track analysis of Amaryllis.

    Track 6 features Brent talking about musical influences from his childhood.

    Track 7 takes a trip to the past with Brent discussing his former band mates.

    PLEASE NOTE: Due to copyright restrictions, full versions of the songs have been removed from this program.

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