Get ready to rock out with Quad Cities upstarts 3 Years Hollow. The band has been in the studio working on their debut full length album 'The Cracks' with Sevendust's Clint Lowery producing and they're giving fans a taste of the upcoming disc by exclusively premiering the song 'For Life' here at Loudwire.

Adding a little extra to the track, the band invited Lowery to step out from behind the board and lend his talents to the song. Frontman Jose Urquiza tells us of the track and Lowery's guest turn, "'For Life' is actually the oldest song on the record. We have early demos of it from 2007 but we never quite finished it to our liking. When Clint came in to produce we decided to give it another shot and everything came together perfectly. It's one of our favorite songs on the album and Clint nailed the harmonies and the guitar solo. Very honored to feature him on this."

'For Life' is featured on the upcoming 'The Cracks' album, which will be released via Imagen Records on Feb. 11. The disc also features the standout cuts 'Remember' and 'Hungry' that have already earned a spins at stations across the country as well.

Those interested in picking up the album can pre-order 'The Cracks' in a number of physical bundle options. Click here to see the available options. If you like what you hear, you can look for 3 Years Hollow hitting the road, sharing stages with Saving Abel in February. They'll be playing a hometown show Feb. 8 at Rascals Live in Moline, Ill.

Listen to 3 Years Hollow's 'For Life' With Special Guest Clint Lowery

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