SSS: Another New Song Posted Online

September 22, 2008

British crossover thrashers SSS have released a brand new track titled "Can't Burst The Bubble" from their upcoming album "The Dividing Line".

"The Dividing Line" is SSS's second album, with the band returning to once again deliver a ferocious mixture of classic thrash with a raw punk attitude.

Check out "Can't Burst The Bubble" at the band's MySpace page.

Due out on October 20 in Europe and November 11 in the U.S. via Earache Records, the limited-edition first pressing of "The Dividing Line" comes with a free SK8+Destroy 7" picture disc featuring bonus tracks not included on the album. This exclusive freebie also features a very special and amusing guest appearance from English comedian and musician Frank Sidebottom.

SSS on tour with DOOMRIDERS and TORTUGA:

Oct. 26 - Newport, UK - TJs
Oct. 27 - Plymouth, UK - White Rabbit
Oct. 28 - Sheffield, UK - Corporation
Oct. 29 - Glasgow, UK - Ivory Blacks
Oct. 30 - Manchester, UK - Star And Garter
Oct. 31 - London, UK - Bar Academy
Nov. 01 - Norwich, UK - The Queen Charlotte

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