COALESCE: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

"Ox", the first full-length album in 10 years from the Kansas City, Missouri hadrcore punk/metalcore band COALESCE, is available for streaming in its entirety at

"Ox" will be released on CD and LP on June 9 in North America and June 15 internationally via Relapse Records. The CD version will be housed in a six-panel digipack with an embossed front cover and contain a 24-page booklet with seven distinctive die cuts. The LP will come in a gatefold jacket with embossed front cover and a custom-printed inner sleeve with a unique die cut center. Photos and pre-order options will be posted on shortly.

The follow-up to 1999's "0:12 Revolution In Just Listening", "Ox" was recorded with engineer Ed Rose at Blacklodge Studios and was mastered by Mike Fossenkemper at Turtle Tone.

COALESCE recently announced its first dates in support of "Ox" — a two-week headlining European tour in June. The band's first-ever European trek will include appearances at France's Hellfest and Germany's Pressure Festival. Also scheduled are a handful of dates in the Midwest, including a local show in Kansas City.



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