SICK OF IT ALL: New Song Available For Streaming

New York hardcore legends SICK OF IT ALL will release their new album, "Based On A True Story", on April 20 via Century Media Records (one day earlier internationally). The follow-up to 2006's "Death To Tyrants" was recorded Antfarm Studios in Ã…rhus, Denmark with Danish producer Tue Madsen (HALFORD, BEHEMOTH, KATAKLYSM, THE HAUNTED). The cover artwork was created by Ernie Parada and can be viewed below.

"Based on a True Story" track listing:

01. Death Or Jail (2:51)
02. The Divide (2:50)
03. Dominated (2:09)
04. A Month Of Sundays (2:34)
05. Braveheart (0:45)
06. Bent Outta Shape (1:53)
07. Lowest Common Denominator (2:18)
08. Good Cop (2:29)
09. Lifeline (2:33)
10. Watch It Burn (2:34)
11. Waiting For The Day (2:25)
12. Long As She's Standing (2:34)
13. Nobody Rules (2:29)
14. Dirty Money (2:57)

The "Lowest Common Denominator" song is now available for streaming below.

Drummer Armand Majidi told U.K.'s Rock Sound magazine: "It seems like loudmouths get their way no matter what. Logical people can't make their point if they can't be heard. Nowadays, ignorance is at such a high level that people are up in arms to defend broken systems and stupid ideas.

"This song is about the feeling you get when you know your argument is the best but it still loses out in the end."

A video for "Death or Jail" will be shot with acclaimed directors Mike Pecci and Ian McFarland (FEAR FACTORY, MESHUGGAH) in the coming weeks.


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