New Emarosa Song & Tracklist
2010-06-14 by Dreakon | 20 Comments
A new song has been posted on Emarosa's MySpace. The song is from their upcoming self-titled album due for release on June 29 2010, and it's called Truth Hurts While Lying On Your Back. Also, a tracklist for the new album has been posted on AbsolutePunk.





1. A Toast To the Future Kids!
2. Pretend.Relive.Regret
3. Share the Sunshine Young Blood
4. Truth Hurts While Laying On Your Back
5. Live It. Love It. Lust It
6. The Game Played Right
7. Broken Vs the Way We Were Born
8. I Still Feel Her Pt 4
9. The Weight of Love Blinds Eyes
10. We Are Life

Listen to the new song here:

http://www.myspace.com/emarosa

See the tracklist post here:

http://www.absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=1678492
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Valle
June 14th 2010
49 Comments


I like Craig's voice, but I find the music soooo boring.

AgentZero
June 14th 2010
322 Comments


Thought everyone's favorite love to hate raging bitch Apprentice star had finally graced the world with an album. Oh well, i will continue crossing my fingers.

Dre
June 14th 2010
297 Comments


I think the album title is a herpes reference

AtavanHalen
June 14th 2010
17927 Comments


Can't wait.

AgentZero
June 14th 2010
322 Comments


Herpes? Maybe. I'm thinking prison rape.

blabony
June 14th 2010
90 Comments


amazing vocals !!! mediocre music ....
can't wait for this anyway ;-)
....
and I agree with AgentZero .... rape is what comes to mind :-P

Demonicgman
June 14th 2010
417 Comments


instruments bland. voice good yet wasted with the music.

Xplisit
June 15th 2010
1646 Comments


he fucks underage girls lol

BSX
June 15th 2010
1639 Comments


*Looks at the band picture and sighs*

Nikkolae
June 15th 2010
4899 Comments


dear lord those song titles....

AgentZero
June 15th 2010
322 Comments


Hey Emarosa, your little sisters called and want their jeans and sweatshirts back.

BSX
June 15th 2010
1639 Comments


@Nikkolae: Oh god you're right. . .

@AgentZero: LOLZ

Bow2LeperMessiah
June 15th 2010
224 Comments


Music is pretty boring, guy's voice has such potential...makes me sad...

wittwright
June 15th 2010
679 Comments


Lol, Zero's pic makes his post so much better

jangbanger
June 15th 2010
56 Comments


boringggggg

Gaythiest
June 15th 2010
141 Comments


The new track is the most active of the singles.
I'm probably gonna download the new album when it comes out, but I'm not like in anticipation or some shit

Xplisit
June 15th 2010
1646 Comments


by the way, that band picture is beyond ancient. no one from that picture is even in the band anymore

DoubtGin
June 15th 2010
6754 Comments


former Dance Gavin Dance singer is in this band right?

awesome voice ;s

iamSeraph
June 15th 2010
873 Comments


new song is quite boring :/
"a toast to the future kids" is the best of the three new ones.

craig's voice is epic as usual, nc.

AgentZero
June 15th 2010
322 Comments


@witt
Are you saying i have no place criticizing their fashion sense?



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