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Formed in late 2009, The Heroes Lie was brought to life to bring music to the ear that wasn't looking to fit any mold, yet music that was undeniably rock, spawned by their love of anthemic riffs and heavy, driving rhythms.
The Heroes Lie released their self-titled debut album in June 2010. The band played many shows in the midwest and landed a prime slots at Summerfest since then opening for acts such as Nonpoint, Sevendust, and Drowning Pool. In addition, they have shared the stage with Three Days Grace, My Darkest Days, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Taproot to name a few. Now, The Heroes Lie currently has songs licensed by CBS, NASCAR, ESPN, VH1, SciFi, WWE (Raw, Superstars, and WWE12 videogame), ESPN, Discovery Channel, American Chopper, NFL, Chicago PD, and more.
During 2011, the band finished their second release, "Seven Sins," out 11/11/11. The album features a balance of melodic ideas like “Ring Around the Halo” with heavy hitting songs like “Villains in my Head" and "Devastate."
Their third album "Angels Wear Armor" was released internationally on May 18th, 2013 with support from a music video of the title track. In mid 2014, the song “Should've Known” off of this record was picked up by WWE and currently is being used as the commercial and trailer theme for the WWE DVD “Ladies and Gentlemen My Name is Paul Heyman”. The attention of the song and the band has even gained the support of WWE Superstar Paul Heyman himself.