Download Free Music From Hit The Lights, Thousand Foot Krutch, Fireflight | Feed The Beat

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Like tacos? What about music? We’ve  got you covered…

For the last three years, Taco Bell has been hard at work feeding bands on tour as part of their Feed The Beat program. Last fall 100 of these bands participated in the “Best Of the Beat” competition. Fans voted on their favorite bands and the top 3 went on to become the winners of the program.

Taco Bell re-launched www.feedthebeat.com and is currently offering free MP3 downloads from the winners of the program. Some of the winners invested their winnings into recording new music while others opted to go different route. Regardless, the singular mission was clear for Taco Bell, work to help expose the public to the best in new music.

Go to www.feedthebeat.com and download brand new songs from Hit The Lights and Thousand Foot Krutch as well as get a free download from Fireflight.

Also, next time you head to your local Taco Bell for some eats, be sure to read up on the bands on the sauce packets.

ABOUT THE TRACKS

HIT THE LIGHTS – “Pulse” **New Track**

Recorded with producer Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World, Blink 182). “Pulse” will appear on the band’s upcoming new EP.

THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH – “Bring Me To Life” **New Track**

The band teamed up with Aaron Sprinkle (The Almost, Demon Hunter, MxPx) to write and record a brand new for the campaign. Engineer Randy Staub (Metallica “Black Album”, “Dark Horse”) mixed the song.
FIREFLIGHT – “Unbreakable”

From the band’s album Unbreakable, the band’s second major label release that was nominated for best Rock/Contemporary Album in the Dove awards as well as the band being nominated for Artist Of The Year.

Download all the tracks at www.feedthebeat.com

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Comments

  1. carrie says:

    feed the beat is awesome!

  2. M says:

    The music is as good as the good food!

  3. kayte says:

    AH! ty feed the beat for the 3 best songs ever, freeeeee.

  4. Kristen says:

    Good bands and free music, how could it get any better!!

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