AS WE FIGHT: Another New Song Posted Online

Danish metalcore act AS WE FIGHT has posted a new song, "Pull Me Asunder", on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's third album, "Meet Your Maker", which will be released on May 18 through Dockyard 1 Records. The CD was produced and mixed by Jacob Bredahl (HATESPHERE, KOLDBORN) and mastered by Ziggy (ILLDISPOSED, RAUNCHY, MERCENARY). It marks the group's first with new vocalist Esben Elnegaard Kjaer Hansen (NUMBNUTS, ex-STOMPED).

AS WE FIGHT's video for the song "Annihilation" can be viewed below. The track comes off the band's sophomore full-length album, "Midnight Tornado", which was released in October 2006 via Dockyard 1 Records.

"Midnight Tornado" was recorded by Jacob Bredahl of HATESPHERE and was mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HIMSA, SICK OF IT ALL).


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