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New These Arms Are Snakes

Posted by Loren on December 2, 2014

New These Arms Are Snakes
New These Arms Are Snakes

These Arms Are Snakes have returned to release their first new song in 5 years today, off their split 7" with Atlanta's The Coathangers.

Check out the song, "Energy Drink and the Long Walk Home," after the jump.

The Coathangers / These Arms Are Snakes 

Suicide Squeeze Records  

December 2, 2014

Side A - "Sex Beat"

Side B - "Energy Drink And The Long Walk Home"  

 

New These Arms Are Snakes
New These Arms Are Snakes

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