“Bitter Black Water,” the last recorded album of rock band Still Rain, is now available for digital purchase in all major online music stores.
Still Rain, formed in Fayetteville, N.C. in December 1989, extensively toured the East coast before disbanding in 1996. The album was last sold on CD in 1995. The original band lineup went on to become some of hard rock‟s biggest stars: Clint Lowery (Sevendust), Corey Lowery (Eye Empire), Donnie Hamby (doubleDrive), Bevan Davies (Danzig, MonstrO, Dirty Pollyanna) and Troy McLawhorn (Seether). This digital release marks the first time Still Rain‟s material will be available for download. “We are extremely excited about giving „Bitter Black Water‟ a proper release in the new millennium,” Davies said.
“Even years later, the music is still valid and meaningful. I’m thankful for that experience and learned so much from each of my band mates. I hope people enjoy the music from „Bitter Black Water‟ and appreciate it the way we still do,” Clint Lowery added.“Bitter Black Water” is available now for download on iTunes, Amazon and Rhapsody
.The album is distributed by Deep South Digital, a division of Deep South Entertainment.Deep South is a record label and artist management company established and headquartered in Raleigh, N.C.
For more about Still Rain, “Bitter Black Water” and Deep South Digital, visit www.deepsouthentertainment.com/Still_Rain.html for a media download.