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NEW ALBUM "BAD BLOOD RISING" OUT
6th OCT - Scandinavia, Japan
10th NOV - Worldwide

Track listing...

1. Young Blood Rising
2. River Phoenix (Album version)
3. Fire Running Through Our Veins
4. Drag Me Out Of The Darkness
5. Breathe
6. Voice Of The New Generation
7. Back From The Dead
8. Bad Habits Die Hard
9. Pure Fucking Adrenaline
10. Get Me Out Of California
11. River Phoenix (Part 2)
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Revised track list -

 

1. Fucking Young Blood Rising

2. River Fucking Phoenix (fucking Album version)

3. Fire Running Through Our Fucking Veins

4. Drag Me the Fuck Out Of The Darkness

5. Breathe you Fucker

6. Voice Of The New Fucking Generation

7. Back From The Fucking Dead

8. Bad Habits Die Hard, dont I Fucking know it

9. Pure Fucking Adrenaline

10. Get Me the Fuck Out Of California

11. River Phoenix (Part Fucking 2)

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Revised track list -

 

1. Fucking Young Blood Rising

2. River Fucking Phoenix (fucking Album version)

3. Fire Running Through Our Fucking Veins

4. Drag Me the Fuck Out Of The Darkness

5. Breathe you Fucker

6. Voice Of The New Fucking Generation

7. Back From The Fucking Dead

8. Bad Habits Die Hard, dont I Fucking know it

9. Pure Fucking Adrenaline

10. Get Me the Fuck Out Of California

11. River Phoenix (Part Fucking 2)

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I like the cover.

 

Good to see a Christian band getting some recognition.

 

No. That is not a good thing. They should be ignored and ridiculed... and then beaten.

 

That said, can't wait for this album. I'm actually genuinely excited that it could be a top contender for the year.

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I fucking can't wait to fucking have my ears bleeding cranking this motherfucking album. This fucking band never fucking disappoints. Some fuckers don't like the fucking fucked up fact that they fucking use the fucking fucked up word fuck in a lot of their fucking lyrics. I don't fucking give a fuck. They are cool as fucking shit.

 

Fuck it! Get it! And fucking love it!!! FUCK!!!

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I fucking can't wait to fucking have my ears bleeding cranking this motherfucking album. This fucking band never fucking disappoints. Some fuckers don't like the fucking fucked up fact that they fucking use the fucking fucked up word fuck in a lot of their fucking lyrics. I don't fucking give a fuck. They are cool as fucking shit.

 

Fuck it! Get it! And fucking love it!!! FUCK!!!

And in their EPKs. Have you listened to it lol. Idiots.

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I fucking can't wait to fucking have my ears bleeding cranking this motherfucking album. This fucking band never fucking disappoints. Some fuckers don't like the fucking fucked up fact that they fucking use the fucking fucked up word fuck in a lot of their fucking lyrics. I don't fucking give a fuck. They are cool as fucking shit.

 

Fuck it! Get it! And fucking love it!!! FUCK!!!

And in their EPKs. Have you listened to it lol. Idiots.

 

 

Stop the motherfuckin' hate.

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I fucking can't wait to fucking have my ears bleeding cranking this motherfucking album. This fucking band never fucking disappoints. Some fuckers don't like the fucking fucked up fact that they fucking use the fucking fucked up word fuck in a lot of their fucking lyrics. I don't fucking give a fuck. They are cool as fucking shit.

 

Fuck it! Get it! And fucking love it!!! FUCK!!!

And in their EPKs. Have you listened to it lol. Idiots.

 

 

Stop the motherfuckin' hate.

 

 

I'm fucking on board with that! :censored:

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Some not-so-good news from their Facebook page:

 

Hey, what's up ya'll! I just woke up to news that there's been a disturbance in the force, therefore the worldwide release of Young Blood Rising has been delayed & you can not yet hear it on Spotify outside of Finland. However, we have our best minds working on this issue to make this listening pleasure available worldwide as soon as possible. Hope everybody manages until then. ... Love you all - Archie

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