COLISEUM Debuts Two New Songs

COLISEUM has posted two brand new tracks from its Relapse debut, "No Salvation". The songs "No Benefit" and "The Fate of Men" can be heard exclusively via the band's MySpace page.

"No Salvation" is set for an August 21 North American release (August 27 internationally). The CD is available for pre-order now at, with the deluxe gatefold-vinyl version also available for pre-order now courtesy of Auxiliary Records.

In other news, COLISEUM has announced tour plans for July and September through October in support of "No Salvation". The July tour will see the trio teamed up with Syracuse, NY's ENGINEER for a run of Northeast dates that includes a week of Canadian shows along with BURIED INSIDE and RAMMER, rounded out by an appearance at the annual DudeFest in Indianapolis, IN. In September, COLISEUM will join HIGH ON FIRE on their first headlining North American tour in support of their brand new album along with MONO and PANTHERS.


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