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Music: City Of Ships Album Stream

City of Ships has been going strong right out of the gate since forming in 2005. The Richmond-based outfit has been touring constantly and promoting a series of vinyl and CD releases through various independent labels - even self-releasing a tour EP in 2008. The group is now preparing the release of their debut full-length, Look What God Did to Us. The album was recorded at Translator Audio in Brooklyn, NY by Andrew Schneider (Pelican, Made Out of Babies, Unsane) and mastered by Nick Zampiello at New Alliance East (Battlefields, Pelican).

 

Scene Point Blank presents you with an exclusive full-album stream of Look What God Did to Us, which is due out July 21st in stores via Translation Loss Records on CD while Sound Study Recordings will handle the vinyl release. The album can be pre-ordered through the labels.

 

More info at: http://www.translationloss.com | http://www.soundstudyrecordings.com/

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