SICK OF IT ALL: 'Death To Tyrants' Details Revealed

New York City hardcore heavyweights SICK OF IT ALL will release their brand-new studio album, "Death to Tyrants", on Century Media Records in Europe (Abacus Recordings in North America) on the following dates:

Benelux: Friday, April 14, 2006
Germany, Austria, Switzerland: Saturday, April 15, 2006
Finland, Sweden, Hungary: Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Italy: Friday, April 21, 2006
France: Monday, April 24, 2006
UK: Tuesday, May 2, 2006
Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Norway and rest of Europe: Tuesday, April 18, 2006

"Death to Tyrants" track listing:

01. Take the Night Off (audio)
02. Machete
03. Preamble
04. Uprising Nation
05. Always War
06. Die Alone
07. Evil Schemer
08. Leader
09. Make a Mark
10. Forked Tongue
11. The Reason
12. Faithless
13. Fred Army
14. Thin Skin
15. Maria White Trash
16. Don't Join The Crowd (European bonus)

As a special "thank-you" for all the dedicated European fans, the "Celebrating 20 Years" edition of the album will feature the bonus track "Don’t Join the Crowd".

SICK OF IT ALL recently shot a video for the song "Take the Night Off" with director Ian McFarland. "He's a pro director now, and it's cool to be working with someone who understands us," said drummer Armand. "Some directors we've worked with in the past didn't have any clue about the band or where we came from. This time it's a different story."

You can celebrate with the band the whole summer. The first run of live shows is already announced. Armand commented: "Next up is Eastern Europe, and a few countries and cities we've never played before. AGNOSTIC FRONT tells us great things about places like Bulgaria and Serbia, and we're excited to see them with our own eyes.

"Our other plans for the year still aren't totally solid yet, and we're still waiting to hear about the summer," he added. "August will be spent in Europe doing festivals. What happens before and after that are still open to speculation.

"Please mark the release date for 'Death to Tyrants' on your calendars and pick it up when you can. Please wait until then and don't swipe it on the Internet - support us so we can continue to do what we do. Thanks!"


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