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New Psalm Zero this July

Posted by Loren on April 20, 2016

New Psalm Zero this July
photo by Arion Toles

On July 15 Profound Lore will be releasing the second album from New York's Psalm Zero, Stranger to Violence.

The cinematic group last released The Drain in 2014.

Stranger To Violence Track Listing:
1. Stranger To Violence
2. Pay Tomorrow
3. Real Rain
4. Not Guilty
5. Stolen By Night
6. White Psyche
7. Oblivion's Eye

New Psalm Zero this July
photo by Arion Toles

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