"Thorn In My Side" by All Too Human is the first single taken from their upcoming 3rd release, Juggernaut, produced by All Too Human, mixed by Chris Lucci, and mastered by Chris Lucci and Grammy-nominated producer, Eric Zimmermann (Fates Warning, Limp Bizkit, Deftones, Buckcherry, Suicidal Tendencies, Images of Eden, etc.) which will have a tentative release date of the first quarter of 2012. Juggernaut is the long-awaited follow up to 2002's Entropy, featuring special guest keyboardist, Derek Sherinian (ex-Dream Theater).
Bio: All Too Human is a progressive metal band from the United States which is influenced by many diverse artists and musical genres. They have released two self-produced and self-financed CDs: Forever And A Day (1998) and Entropy (2002). Both CDs were recorded in Texas and released by R/R Records. A European version of Entropy (which includes bonus tracks) was released in 2004 by Steelheart Records from Italy.
The band has just finished their third studio CD entitled, Juggernaut which will be released in the first quarter of 2012. Their first single ("Thorn In My Side") from the CD has been released via the band's website, CD Baby, and iTunes. The band is presently continuing efforts to land deals with labels for release and distribution in the U.S., Europe, Scandinavia, Japan, South America, and other markets. The new material is heavier with an emphasis on shorter and more melodic song structure. The band is hoping to gain exposure for their released work and find interest in their projects from labels, rock magazines, webzines, and fans from all around the world.
As soon as the band can procure a deal for Juggernaut, they will begin working on a future release and finalize plans to play live shows wherever possible. Amongst other shows, All Too Human performed at ProgPower Europe in 2004 and hopes to be invited back to the festival soon. The band is very interested in performing in the States, Europe, South America, Japan, and in any other interested markets.
[Source: Gordon Tittsworth/All Too Human]