SUBURBAN TRIBE: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

"Now And Ever After", the new album from the Finnish rock/metal act SUBURBAN TRIBE, is available for streaming in its entirety at the Record Shop X web site. The CD will be released on April 21 via Cobra Records.

"Now And Ever After" track listing:

01. No Promises
02. Now And Ever After
03. Stay
04. Wheels Of Time
05. Smallest Little Things
06. Stretch Marks
07. Song Of The Whale
08. Gilded Cage
09. Silent Eyes
10. Point Of No Return
11. Hold On

Check out the cover artwork below. Also available is a video for the album's title cut.

SUBURBAN TRIBE is:

Alec Hirst-Gee - Drums
Janne Joutsenniemi - Bass
Roope Sirén - Guitar
Ville Tuomi - Vocals
Euge Valovirta - Guitar

The album-release concert will be held at Tavastia in Helsinki on Friday, April 23.

(Thanks: Melica / Night Elves)

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