Danger Silent Does Alternative Rock Version of Diddy’s Smash Hit ‘Coming Home’ in Tribute to US Troops in the Middle East


April 4, 2011 – Phoenix, AZ – Danger Silent , an independent alternative rock band from Phoenix, Arizona remakes Diddy’s smash hit single, ‘Coming Home’ in tribute to the US military troops currently awaiting withdrawal from assignments in the Middle East, in addition to promote their upcoming album that will be independently distributed to retail stores worldwide and available for download on websites as Apple I-Tunes, Myspace.com, CD Baby ( www.cdbaby.com ),  and Amazon.com (NasdaqGS: AMZN).

Danger Silent’s ‘Coming Home’ remake was only a demo recording that was never intended to make the band’s album, The demo track has a mixture of alternative rock, hip hop, and heavy metal displaying the trio’s unique and eclectic sound. Chris Vaughn, band member and producer comments, “I was inspired by Diddy’s song one night at the studio and we decided to try something different. We were just messing around and came together on the idea. I have a tremendous amount of respect for Diddy and the US troops that are away from their friends and family to serve our country. I hope our music can give them a sense of support, inspiration, and positive energy.”

Danger Silent ‘Coming Home’ remake has a music video production that was leaked onto the web in past weeks due to popularity without the band’s knowledge. It is undecided whether the ‘I’m Coming Home’ remake will be included on Danger Silent’s upcoming album but talks about acquiring licensing rights for commercial use of the song are currently under strong consideration by Danger Silent’s management. The band plans to donate a portion of its sales revenue to aid charitable organizations that aid military families and victims from war in the Middle East.

For more details about Danger Silent go to www.dangersilent.info .

Peter Cary
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