LIGHT THIS CITY: More Music Posted Online

Bay Area thrashers LIGHT THIS CITY have posted an additional song from their "Facing The Thousand" CD, entitled "Exile", on the band's MySpace page. Released in September 2006 through Prosthetic Records, "Facing The Thousand" is LIGHT THIS CITY's third release and sophomore effort for Prosthetic. In addition to "Exile", fans can listen to another new track, "Cradle For A King", alongside two songs from the band's Prosthetic debut, 2005's "Remains of The Gods".

"Exile" has been a live staple for LIGHT THIS CITY in 2006, which saw the band hit the road on several tours, including dates alongside SUICIDE SILENCE, ALL THAT REMAINS, THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD and THE ACACIA STRAIN, among others. Currently back in the Bay Area, the band is scheduled to offer support to labelmates ALL THAT REMAINS on a leg of their headlining tour at the end of January. More touring details will be available soon.


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