LAST CHANCE TO REASON: New Song 'Rebirth' Available For Streaming

Maine progressive tech-metallists LAST CHANCE TO REASON will release their third album, "Level 3", on August 6 via Prosthetic Records. The CD was recorded at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida with producer Eyal Levi (DÅÅTH, WHITECHAPEL, SIX FEET UNDER). The cover artwork was created by Joshua Andrew Belanger and can be seen below.

"Level 3" track listing:

01. Rebirth
02. Adrift I: A Vision Begins
03. Cosmos: The Pattern Forms
04. A Glimpse of Omniscience
05. Adrift II: A Vision Ends
06. The Escapist
07. The Dictator
08. The Artist
09. Awaiting
10. Transcendence

The song "Rebirth" can now be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

In other news, LAST CHANCE TO REASON will return to the road this summer for the first time since the band completed a busy two-year touring cycle in support of its 2011 Prosthetic debut, "Level 2", during which they played alongside the likes of ANIMALS AS LEADERS, PROTEST THE HERO, OBSCURA, THE FACELESS, ATHEIST and INTRONAUT.


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