SUPERJOINT RITUAL: 'A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred' Track Listing Unveiled!
SUPERJOINT RITUAL, the Louisiana-based band fronted by PANTERA/DOWN singer Philip Anselmo, have finalized the track listing for their sophomore effort, "A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred", due on July 22 through Sanctuary Records.
The follow-up to last year's "Use Once And Destroy" will include the following cuts:
Drug Dealer's A Dick*
02. Waiting For The Turning Point
03. Dress Like A Target
04. The Destruction Of A Person
05. Personal Insult
06. Never To Sit Or Stand Again
07. Death Threat
Her 6th Lesson In Life*
09. Stealing A Page Or Two From The Armed And Radical Pagans
10. Symbol Of Nevermore
11. The Knife Rises
12. The Horror
* Please note that not all the tracks are numbered.
SUPERJOINT RITUAL will be filming a video for an as-yet-undisclosed cut from the album on Saturday (June 7) in their hometown of New Orleans. The video will be directed Tom Mignone (MUDVAYNE, SLIPKNOT), who had previously worked with the group on their "Live From Dallas" DVD.
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