SICK OF IT ALL: New Album Track Listing, Song-By-Song Explanation Available

New York hardcore legends SICK OF IT ALL will release their new album,"Based On A True Story", on April 20 via Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2006's "Death To Tyrants" was recorded Antfarm Studios in Århus, Denmark with Danish producer Tue Madsen (HALFORD, BEHEMOTH, KATAKLYSM, THE HAUNTED).

Regarding the direction of the new material, SICK OF IT ALL singer Lou Koller told the LimeWire Music Blog, "It's typical us. It's a mixture of what we love — old-school sing-along Oi! music mixed with modern hardcore. That's what we do."

"Based on a True Story" track listing:

01. Death or Jail
02. The Divide
03. Dominated
04. A Month of Sundays
05. Braveheart
06. Bent Outta Shape
07. Lowest Common Denominator
08. Good Cop
09. Lifeline
10. Watch It Burn
11. Waiting for the Day
12. Long as She's Standing
13. Nobody Rules
14. Gone to Ground

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A track-by-track description of the album's lyrical content from drummer Armand Majidi is available at RockSound.TV.

Reflections Records will re-release the first two albums from New York hardcore legends SICK OF IT ALL"Blood, Sweat And No Tears" (originally released on July 12, 1989) and "Just Look Around" (1992). Both albums will feature original artwork but be packaged in a gatefold sleeve. They will be limited to 500 copies.

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