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Info released on new Modern Life Is War

Posted by Loren on August 5, 2013

Info released on new Modern Life Is War

The recently reunited Modern Life Is War has set a release date for their first record since 2007's Midnight in America. The new album will hit stores and the web on Sept. 3 on Deathwish, Inc.

Check out a track listing below.

Old Fears, New Frontiers
Health, Weath, & Peace
Chasing My Tail
Media Cunt
Blind Are Breeding
Fever Hunting
Dark Water
Brothers In Arms Forever
Cracked Sidewalk Surfer
Find a Way

Info released on new Modern Life Is War

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