City of Ships post new song

2011-06-29 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 6 Comments
Florida post-hardcore trio City of Ships have posted a new track entitled 'Low Countries' at BrooklynVegan.com.

'Low Countries' is taken from the forthcoming album Minor World, which is scheduled for release on July 19.

http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2011/06/city_of_ships_r.html

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Athom
Emeritus
June 29th 2011
17241 Comments


HOLY SHIT. so happy.

CushMG15
June 29th 2011
1810 Comments


Cool band. I'll check this when I get on a comp that isn't fucked up.

danielito19
June 29th 2011
9998 Comments


release on my birfday.

Jebull
June 30th 2011
1340 Comments


sweeeeeet gonna listen so hard

Colliiiin
June 30th 2011
680 Comments


Song kicks major ass, stoked for the album. More people should listen to these guys.

thunder15
June 30th 2011
626 Comments


I heard the new album already teehee c: very thrice-y



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