LIGHT YOURSELF ON FIRE: 'Intimacy' Release Date Announced

Seventh Rule Recordings has set a September 16 release date for "Intimacy", the label debut by LIGHT YOURSELF ON FIRE.

Hailing from Tampa, Florida, LIGHT YOURSELF ON FIRE is fronted by Matt Coplon, vocalist for renowned hardcore band REVERSAL OF MAN.

"Intimacy" was recorded and mixed by Mark Nikolich (TORCHE, KYLESA) and mastered by Scott Hull (PIG DESTROYER, NILE). It will be available on CD and vinyl.

The track listing is as follows:

01. New Baby Girl
02. Love And Death
03. Five Blows
04. Intimacy
05. Montag
06. Haunts

The cover art for "Intimacy" comes courtesy of Steak Mtn. (AGAINST ME!, PANTHERS).

"Intimacy" is LIGHT YOURSELF ON FIRE's second release. Its self-titled debut was released on CD by Kiss Of Death Records and on cassette by Robotic Empire.

The band will be touring throughout 2008, including a September tour with RACEBANNON.

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