THE HAUNTED Frontman's 'Just 'Cause You Can Talk' EP Being Re-Released

Suicide Records will re-release THE HAUNTED frontman Peter Dolving's "Just 'Cause You Can Talk, Don't Mean I Have To Listen" in March on March 21.

According to a press release, the EP went mostly unnoticed when it was originally made available in 2000, with most fans not understanding it due to the fact that they believed Dolving to be just a "metalhead."

It's not easy finding references with someone like Peter Dolving. But certainly the willful artistic move to step out of pre-conceived images and break free from whatever box he felt he was being placed in put him where words and music are the key, not image and sway.

"Just 'Cause You Can Talk, Don't Mean I Have To Listen" track listing:

01. Peace Of Mind
02. Situation Terrorist
03. Dirty Words
04. Here's To All
05. Let 'Em Swing

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