Crossbreed FINAL release date

2009-08-11 by Magnus Altkula EMERITUS | 3 Comments
Florida's industrial metallers Crossbreed decided to delay the new album 15 more days. The new album KE 101 will come out on 15 september and as the band themselves say, "that's fucking final". There are 10 new preview songs on their myspace http://www.myspace.com/crossbreed

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Metalstyles
Emeritus
August 11th 2009
8568 Comments


these guys will put me to my grave. Another 15 days of waiting, for fuck's sake release the goddamn album already!!!

Wizard
August 11th 2009
20105 Comments


Dude, I had to wait through 4 months of setbacks for Isis album in 2006. Fuck Canada.

Metalstyles
Emeritus
August 12th 2009
8568 Comments


@ Wiz
dude it is also 4 months with these guys. Originally this album was meant to come out in the beginning of may. And guess what I have been waiting for this since idk about march or something. I CAN'T WAIT ANY LONGER



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