I DECLARE WAR To Release 'We Are Violent People By Nature' In April
Seattle deathcore heavyweights I DECLARE WAR will release their third studio album, "We Are Violent People By Nature", on April 15 via Artery Recordings/Razor & Tie. The CD was produced by BJ Sampson.
"We Are Violent People By Nature" track listing:
02. Tomb Sleep
03. Blurred Vision
04. Black Heart
06. Shadow Man
07. A Dark Hole To Crawl Into
08. The Band Man
09. Eternal I Sleep
10. We Are Violent People By Nature
The new song "Quiet" can be streamed below.
The band is currently on the "Die Without Hope" tour with CARNIFEX and supporting acts HERE COMES THE KRAKEN, ASSASSINS and LORNA SHORE.
Formed in 2007, I DECLARE WAR has released two full-length albums, "Malevolence" (2010) and "I Declare War" (2011), through Artery Recordings/Razor & Tie.
I DECLARE WAR is Jamie Hanks (vocals), Gordon McPherson (bass), John Winters (guitar), Jacob Hansen (guitar) and Colin Bradford (drums). The band is managed by Scott Lee and Cody Grup at Crimson Management.
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