EMMURE: New Song Posted Online

EMMURE has added the first track from its new album "The Respect Issue" to the band's MySpace page. Check out the song "False Love In Real Life" at this location.

The follow-up to last year's "Goodbye to the Gallows", "The Respect Issue" is scheduled for release on May 13 via Victory Records. The CD cover features TNA world wrestling champion Kurt Angle.

EMMURE will be the featured artist on TNA Wrestling's "Impact!" April 17 - May 11. Music from "The Respect Issue" will be heard by 3.1 million people every Thursday and Saturday night in homes across the nation on TNA's weekly program, and will also be the theme music for the May 11 pay-per-view event "Sacrifice".

The band, whose members hail from Queens, NY, and Fairfield, CT, is currently slaying audiences on its first European tour with MISERY SIGNALS, and will return to the U.S. to make an appearance at New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, followed by a 51-date headlining tour from April 26 with labelmates RED I FLIGHT.


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