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Great Song

Wow, nothing like anything from their last CD
Definitely sounds more like eighteen visions

The bridge reminds me of Black and Bruised!!!!

Tear It Down-Single

This first song from Burn Halo's upcoming second album rocks! Loud drums awesomely played by Dillon, give Tear It Down a heavier sound. James's intense vocals rounded out by Brandon, Aaron and Joey's guitar playing makes for the most powerful song I've heard in a long time. You will not be disapointed!

Burn Halo FTW!

I have followed these guys for some time now. Each band member has a very different style and combined this new song says it all!! Buy it now!!!

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Orange County, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Burn Halo is a mainstream hard rock band led by former Eighteen Visions lead singer James Hart that made its album debut in 2009. Based in Orange County, CA, the band was founded in 2007 by Hart after the dissolution of his former band, Eighteen Visions, an alternative metal act found in 1995 that had a brush with mainstream success with its final album, Eighteen Visions (2006). Intending to craft a straightforward mainstream hard rock album with commercial potential, Hart collaborated extensively...
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Tear It Down - Single, Burn Halo
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Apr 19, 2011

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