NOISEAR To Release New Album In February

Albuquerque, New Mexico grind band NOISEAR has completed work on its new album, "Subvert The Dominant Paradigm", for a February 1, 2011 release via Relapse Records. The follow-up to "Pyroclastic Annihilation" features 30 brand new tracks and will be available on CD, LP, and digitally.

NOISEAR recently released a split seven-inch EP with Sweden's THE ARSON PROJECT featuring four new tracks from each band. NOISEAR's side of the split is currently streaming in its entirety via StereoKiller.com. The single was pressed on opaque blood orange/brown wax and is available now at this location.

NOISEAR has confirmed a local show in Albuquerque at The Launchpad for December 18 and is currently booking a May 2011 U.S. tour around its performance at the Maryland Deathfest.

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