Burning Earth rose from the ashes of one of Pittsburgh\'s premier alternative bands, "Psychedelic Kitchen\' and Uniontown\'s own local favorites \'Lucid 1\'. \'The Kitchen\' as they were called had band members Wade and Paully in direct competition with Uniontown favorites Eric and Bubsy of Lucid 1. Due to a shift in the musical climate and success pulling band members in different directions, The Kitchen broke up. Wade then formed "Copper Drama" with bass player \'Stoner\' joining approximately 2 years later. After a period of hiatus, the opportunity to become a stronger unit opened with Eric and Bubsy leaving Lucid 1 and the two \'Drama\' players with ex-Kitchen drummer Paully, grouping and starting what is known today as B.E. or the mighty BURNING EARTH! Each band member compliments one other. This is a true band in every sense. Each member truly is a \'KEY\' member. The chemistry is second to none. Right from the start Burning Earth was destined for the bigger stages. From it\'s inception in 2005 Burning Earth has performed as opening act and special guests to: Buckcherry, Days of the New, Seven Mary Three, Mark Slaughter, Crossfade, Saliva, Quiet Riot, Jani Lane's Warrant, Jackyl, The Bullet Boys, Rehab, Mercy Fall, Ron Keel, Daniel MacMaster of BONHAM, and Deconstruct. In previous incarnations the band/members have opened for: Creed, Sammy Hagar, Fuel, Blue Oyster Cult, Pat Benatar and many more. Then early in 2008 Burning Earth was approached by manager "Sweet Lou" Hetzer with the opportunity to make a record at Studio4 Recording in Philadelphia Pa. With multi-platinum selling recording artist/producer Dean Davidson formerly of Britney Fox, and Grammy award winning producer Phil Nicolo of "The Butcher Brothers" fame and "Rough House Records". The band knew this was the opportunity of a lifetime but the window of opportunity would be closing quickly due to internal and external scheduling conflicts so there would only be time for one day in the studio before returning to Pittsburgh for a stop at the "Hard Rock Café." Once in the studio the band churned out their debut full length studio release "One Day" which is available for download in the store area.