"Number 1 in sales at tradebit.com, top 10 on Amazon.com New Hard Rock Release Chart, Top 20 on Music Choice." These positions are usually acquired by established household name rock bands, but new comers Heaven Below have already taken home these accolades in the short time this Los Angeles based unit has been together. Fronted by Patrick Kennison on lead vocals & guitar, lead guitarist Jesse "Bawls" Billson, and rounded out by rhythm section John Younger on bass guitar & Bones Elias on drums, the band is considered an upcoming force from the Sunset Strip. It was no surprise when the lead off single "When Daylight Dies" began making waves on active rock stations across the U.S. in the winter of 2010. Syndicated radio shows such as Hard Drive and The Rock 30 are no stranger to the Ben Moody (Evanescence) produced single which has been spun on over 50 stations across the country. Press outlets such as Hard Rock Haven have hailed Heaven Below as "the next Guns N' Roses". The New York Examiner described the live performance as "unbridled balls to the wall ferocity". With the buzz and momentum of the band growing, the opportunity to tour and spread the word beyond radio and internet hype has been inevitable. The band has put 4 successful club tours under it's belt, sharing the stage with heavy weights Buckcherry & Avenged Sevenfold along the way. With the anticipation of a new rock scene looming ahead, Heaven Below are preparing to release a brand new full-length studio album titled "Falling From Zero" in the summer of 2011. If recent activity and praise is any indication of the future, the rise of Heaven Below will be a great one.