WITH PASSION Unveils Track Listing For 'What We See When We Shut Our Eyes'

Sacramento-based technical metalcore outfit WITH PASSION has been fervently working to complete tracking for its sophomore Earache release, "What We See When We Shut Our Eyes", at Mana Studios in Florida with Brian Elliott.

Due out in March 2007, "What We See When We Shut Our Eyes" will contain the following tentative track listing:

01. Triumph Over Tragedy
02. Through The Smoke Lies A Path
03. What We See When We Shut Our Eyes
04. Pale Horses Ride
05. Tales Of Sirens
06. Encryption
07. R.J. Mac Ready
08. Forgotten Amongst Screams
09. Vengeance In Departure
10. A Road For The Worthy

WITH PASSION's last Earache release, "In the Midst of Bloodied Soil", was hailed by musical critics as "balancing technically wowing AT THE GATES-style drama-shred with graceful, forlorn instrumental ruminations." WITH PASSION possess a unique disposition and retain youthful energy while delivering mind-blowing, tightly driven musical compositions that rival those of their predecessors.

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