I AM WAR To Release 'Bat Out Of Hell' Seven-Inch Single
I AM WAR, the new Orange County, California-based act featuring Alex Varkatzas (vocals; ATREYU) and Brandan Schieppati (guitar, vocals; BLEEDING THROUGH), will release a limited-edition seven-inch vinyl single featuring the songs "Bat Out Of Hell" (off their forthcoming album) and "Call Me Slugger" (vinyl exclusive). A limited number of the vinyl has been pressed in both white and hot pink, with 225 only available of each color.
The song "Bat Out Of Hell" is now available for streaming at AltPress.com.
I AM WAR's debut album, "Outlive You All", will be released on August 28 via Razor & Tie. The CD was produced by Mick Kenney (ANAAL NATHRAKH).
Varkatzas previously stated that I AM WAR's album would be "filled with super-aggressive, heavy, energetic metallic, raw, punky hardcore. The kind of music that boils your blood and inspires you to get up and move."
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