COFFINS: New Songs Available For Streaming

Tokyo, Japan's COFFINS has released two tracks from its upcoming album, "Buried Death", on the group's MySpace page. The album, to be released on 20 Buck Spin Records with distribution through Southern Lord, will hit the streets on June 24, and was lasted as part of Decibel magazine's 25 most anticipated LPs of 2008. The title track, Buried Death", will be featured on the upcoming Southern Lord sampler that will given out free on the upcoming North American BORIS tour.

The band will attack the Northeast U.S. with a splattering of live dates with labelmates THE ENDLESS BLOCKADE. COFFINS will also appear at the Maryland Deathfest at the end of May.


May 16 - Elks Lodge - Cambridge, MA
May 17 - Matinee show: ABC No Rio - New York, NY
May 17 - Evening show: Rockstar Bar - Brooklyn, NY
May 18 - Khyber - Philadelphia, PA
May 19 - Talking Head - Baltimore, MD
May 20 - Nara Sushi - Richmond, VA
May 21 - Jan's Room - Allentown, PA
May 22 - Roboto - Pittsburgh, PA
May 23-25 - Maryland Deathfest 2008 @ Sonar - Baltimore, MD


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