WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH: New Song Available For Streaming

"Insomnia", a brand new track from Berlin, Germany's WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH, can be streamed on the band's MySpace page. The song comes off the group's upcoming third album, "MMX", which will be released through Lifeforce Records on the following dates:

Oct. 29 - Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Nov. 3 - Sweden, Finland, Hungary
Nov. 1 - Rest Of Europe
Nov. 9 - North America

"MMX" track listing:

01. Insomnia (2:34)
02. To Age And Obsolete (3:43)
03. The Increased Sensation Of Dullness (2:30)
04. Sleep Is The Brother Of Death (1:35)
05. The Polyglutamine Pact (2:54)
06. Cancer Man (0:53)
07. C.G.B. Spender (3:52)
08. Sugarcoat (1:31)
09. Spineless (4:18)
10. Recluse MMX (2:58)
11. Inferno III/VI (5:34)

WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH's latest album, "In Shoals", was released in April 2009 via Lifeforce Records. The follow-up to 2007's "Transmetropolitan" was recorded in November/December 2008 at Dailyhero Recordings in Berlin.

WAR FROM A HARLOTS MOUTH will team up with PARKWAY DRIVE, COMEBACK KID, BLEEDING THROUGH, EMMURE, YOUR DEMISE and WE CAME AS ROMANS for the "Imperial Never Say Die" club tour in late October.


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