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October 18th apparently... http://sleazeroxx.com/santa-cruz-unveil-track-list-for-upcoming-album-katharsis-and-us-tour-dates-for-fall-2019/

Christ that mix is awful.  would be a good tune if they'd sorted the mix.  sounds almost brickwalled 

Yeah. Dropped today. 

Have enjoyed most of the fucking releases from this fucker thus far,sounding pretty motherfucking good....

wait sorry...what I meant to say was I have enjoyed a couple of the tunes released thus far from this new album...which seems to be(relatively) swear free?  :P

So now this has gone from a maybe purchase to pretty much nailed on for me.

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Gotta say this is sounding okay to me...not blowing me away for sure...I'll have to pick it up and hear the whole release before having a final opinion....that last song is the worse one so far...

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I do enjoy that. So will this album actually ever be released, or is it just a song every month or so until we have 10 tracks? Feel like half a year ago this started being rolled out... 

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3 hours ago, Geoff said:

I do enjoy that. So will this album actually ever be released, or is it just a song every month or so until we have 10 tracks? Feel like half a year ago this started being rolled out... 

October 18th apparently...

http://sleazeroxx.com/santa-cruz-unveil-track-list-for-upcoming-album-katharsis-and-us-tour-dates-for-fall-2019/

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🚨KATHARSIS🚨 // 4th Santa Cruz album out October 18th💥 Tracklist:


1. Changing of Seasons
2. Bang Bang
3. Into The War
4. I Want You To Mean It
5. True Believer
6. Tell Me Why
7. Testify
8. Smoke Signals
9. It Was You
10. Salvation
11. Time After Time

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On 9/15/2019 at 4:39 PM, simo said:

On this week's episode of everyone's favorite soap opera "Changing of Seasons" - guitarist Pav leaves the band before their US tour and and release of the new Album in October 

Oh dear. Dude must not be easy to gel with. 

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2 minutes ago, Glen said:

that's because he's a c~☆t

Evidently. But he makes good music. ;)

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2 minutes ago, Glen said:

used to.......

Nope. 

Still does. ;)

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17 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

yup

mmm opinions eh.

you see to me the songs so far have been pretty average.

esp when compared to their debut 

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Love the Screaming For Adrenaline cd but the others I can live without...but for some strange reason this...shall we say change of direction has me intrigued...not groundbreaking but this sounds ok to me

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23 hours ago, All Nights Reserved said:

 

Thats probably the closest to the "classic" sound so far, but the mix on this between vocals and music is not so great.

I am not normally a production guy, but I really think the vocals need to be brought more forward in the mix.

Still not enough for me to dislike the song though. Probably my favourite so far.

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