MASTER: 'Slaves To Society' Title Track Available For Download

The title track from MASTER's new album "Slaves to Society" has been made available for download on the Ibex Moon Records MySpace page. The CD, released in Europe last year on Twilight Records, will be issued in the U.S. on September 16 through Ibex Moon Records with bonus tracks.

The track listing for the U.S. version of the album is as follows:

01. The Final Skull
02. In Control
03. Beaten for the Possibility
04. Slaves to Society
05. The Darkest Age
06. Cheater
07. Anarchy Nearly Lost
08. The Room with Views
09. Remnants of Hate
10. The Last Chapter
11. World Police

Bonus tracks:

12. The Line to Kill (demo)
13. He'll Probably Win (demo)
14. Lined up and Punished (demo)
15. Everything is Rotten (demo)

MASTER will tour the United States for the first time in a decade to coincide with the release of their new album. The dates are as follows:

Oct. 16 - Smiling Moose - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Oct. 17 - The Sterling - Allentown, Pennsylvania
Oct. 18 - Rehab - New York, New York
Oct. 19 - The Church - Boston, Massachusetts
Oct. 20 - [to be announced] - Cleveland, Ohio
Oct. 21 - Elbo Room - Chicago, Illinois
Oct. 22 - FBI 2 - Houston, Texas
Oct. 23 - The White Rabbit - San Antonio, Texas
Oct. 24 - The War Legion - Amarillo, Texas
Oct. 26 - The Knitting Factory - Hollywood, California
Oct. 27 - Elbo Room - San Francisco, California
Oct. 29 - The Riot Room - Kansas City, Missouri
Oct. 30 - The Canopy Club - Urbana, Illinois
Oct. 31 - Uncle Pleasent’s - Louisville, Kentucky

Support on the trek will come from labelmates ESTUARY.


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