A brand-new SHADOWS FALL song, entitled "What Drives the Weak", has been posted online at this location [UPDATE: File has since been removed].
"What Drives the Weak" comes off the group's new album, "The War Within", due on September 21 through Century Media Records. The follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed disc, "The Art of Balance", was produced by Zeuss (HATEBREED) at Planet Z Studios in the band's home state of Massachusetts. "The War Within", the band's fourth full-length release, features 10 tracks of "sonic devastation" and is said to be the group's "most unrelenting, yet dynamic offering that further proves why they are the undisputed leaders of their genre."
"The War Within" track listing:
01. The Light The Blinds
02. Enlightened By The Cold
03. Act of Contrition
04. What Drives The Weak
06. Inspiration On Demand
07. The Power of I and I
08. Ghosts of Past Failure
09. Eternity Is Within
10. Those Who Can Not Speak
SHADOWS FALL will hit the road with AS I LAY DYING, HIMSA and REMEMBERING NEVER beginning on July 16. The trek, dubbed the "Strhess Tour", runs through August 19.
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