Vanna announces New Album
2013-01-26 by iGuter | 24 Comments

Massachusetts hardcore band, Vanna, has announced the release date of their new album The Few and the Far Between to be March 19th. They are also streaming their new song 'Year Of The Rat' exclusively on Alternative Press. Pre-orders have also begun on their MerchNow page.

Stream the new song here:
http://www.altpress.com/features/entry/song_premiere_vanna_year_of_the_rat

Pre-order The Few and the Far Between on the link below:
http://vanna.merchnow.com/

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Comatorium.
January 26th 2013

4106 Comments


Trashmouth. motherfuckn yeh

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
January 26th 2013

19672 Comments


meh

Hospital
January 26th 2013

2053 Comments


meh[2]

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
January 26th 2013

19672 Comments


just to be clear i meant the band not the song. didn't bother listening.

Devastator
January 26th 2013

2484 Comments


Thought they broke up.

LPTheory
January 26th 2013

19 Comments


Better than ATCBB

lucasjcockcroft
January 26th 2013

3706 Comments


Chris, Evan and the drummer were what made them even decent.

Acanthus
January 26th 2013

9537 Comments


Thought they broke up.[2]

everyone worth a fuck has already left the band.[2]

Loved some of their older work though.

AmericnZero02
January 26th 2013

3338 Comments


That wasn't half bad imo

TrephineArtist
January 26th 2013

187 Comments


Good song, will check out the album.

sspedding
January 26th 2013

4754 Comments


This band have never been good.

BonRurgundy
January 26th 2013

351 Comments


Trashmouth is the best thing this band have done.

necromechanical
January 26th 2013

519 Comments


they stopped being good a long time ago

SteveRogers
January 26th 2013

188 Comments


There are people who like this band enough to pre-order their albums? *confused*

TheMoreira
January 26th 2013

7175 Comments


I like one song from these guys. One song and thats it. And i dont even know its' name lol.

iGuter
January 26th 2013

347 Comments


The clean vocals don't feel... clean. It just sounds grungy.

Calc
January 26th 2013

12146 Comments


i saw these guys on the first and last show i'll ever go to and i remember nothing..

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TheMoreira
January 26th 2013

7175 Comments


Hmm neat song there, indeed.

TheMoreira
January 26th 2013

7175 Comments


Damn good song.

Curse.
Contributing Reviewer
January 27th 2013

7983 Comments


It's all about We Ate The Horse You Rode In On

fromtheinside
January 27th 2013

18097 Comments


i didn't know she'd found time between flipping blocks on wheel of fortune.

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RevenantBlue
January 27th 2013

136 Comments


So what

Hospital
January 27th 2013

2053 Comments


@atari

awesome because i didn't listen either.

dixoncocks
January 27th 2013

2476 Comments


Yea safe to say is pretty sweet.

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