German deathcore act WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH will release its new album, "Voyeur", on October 19 in Europe and November 6 in North America via Season Of Mist.
"Voyeur" will be released as CD digipak (limited to first pressing), LP with digital download card, CD jewel case and t-shirt. The limited-edition digipak includes two bonus tracks and the LP includes one bonus cut.
"Voyeur" track listing:
01. Origin 02. Vertigo 03. H(a)unted 04. Terrifier 05. Of Fear And Total Control 06. Temple 07. The Black Lodge 08. Beyond Life And Death 09. To The Villains 10. Krycek 11. Scopophobia 12. Catacombæ 13. Epiphany 14. Dolph Lundgren (limited-edition bonus track) 15. To The Villains (demo version) (limited-edition bonus track)
The official lyric video for the first single from the album, "Scopophobia", can be seen below.
WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH's third album, "MMX", was released in the fall of 2010 through Lifeforce Records.
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