Boysetsfire album coming
2013-02-19 by Mr. Lean Mug | 35 Comments
Post-hardcore titans boysetsfire have entered Signal 2 Noise Studio in their hometown of Newark, Delaware to record the follow-up to 2006's The Misery Index: Notes From The Plague Years.

The band has also announced that the as-of-yet untitled record will be released via Bridge 9 Records.

The official statement from Bridge 9 can be read by following the provided link:

http://www.theb9.com/read-article/2818/new-boysetsfire-album-coming-soon-from-bridge-nine?PHPSESSID=909180664e2250e02ebdc2907ebbc23f
Tagged: Boysetsfire

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deathofasalesman
February 19th 2013
5864 Comments


Sweet B9.

Dromasta
February 19th 2013
86 Comments


Awesome

Hep Kat
February 19th 2013
15399 Comments


Attn: kripes

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ConcubinaryCode
February 19th 2013
2170 Comments


Awesome news. Can't wait

BallsToTheWall
February 19th 2013
44805 Comments


Stoked

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TooLateToGoBack
February 19th 2013
1780 Comments


guessing this would be a good time to get into them.

cagedescending
February 19th 2013
4124 Comments


huh didn't even know they were back together stoked

drasticaction74
February 19th 2013
1767 Comments


fuck yea

Masochist
February 19th 2013
8084 Comments


Hell yeah. Been waiting for this for a while now...now if He Is Legend would go ahead and give us that promised album, it'd be a really good year ;-)

elephantREVOLUTION
February 19th 2013
2791 Comments


awesome. i miss this band

FadedSun
February 19th 2013
1317 Comments


Say what?! I thought this band was done.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
February 19th 2013
24098 Comments


The Misery Index is pretty swayne, but I don't know if this band is really my shit overall. I'll gauge the hype when it comes out and go from there.

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Skooled
February 20th 2013
14 Comments


setting fires? so old. Try hitting cars!

Alucard125
February 20th 2013
538 Comments


Fantastic news, The Misery Index is a great album.

sspedding
February 20th 2013
4794 Comments


im excited for this.

RevenantBlue
February 20th 2013
136 Comments


"After The Eulogy" was pretty good, but I haven't kept up with the band. The fact Bridge 9 is releasing the new album bodes well, though.

fractured
February 20th 2013
367 Comments


FUCK YES!

Mabbitt
February 20th 2013
1382 Comments


Very nice!

LG
February 20th 2013
3049 Comments


boys night out is fucking terrible, super stoked for this

Ecnalzen
February 20th 2013
6822 Comments


Awesome, awesome, with a side of awesome. Would love to hear some new material from them.

sixdegrees
February 20th 2013
17710 Comments


Great news

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8bit
February 20th 2013
3315 Comments


Am I the only one around here who can't see a profile picture for the band in the new articles? Damn it's annoying not having a link that goes to the band's discography.

Hospital
February 20th 2013
2065 Comments


boys night out is fucking terrible"

boys night out is not terrible wtf

stoked for this


Storm In A Teacup
February 21st 2013
13225 Comments


omgomgomgomgomg fuck yes!!! Tomorow I'll be celebrating with their whole discog.

Instant AOTY contender

Storm In A Teacup
February 21st 2013
13225 Comments


I cant wait to find out all about this. Hope there's a US tour.Thanks Hep.

Ecnalzen
February 21st 2013
6822 Comments


Is all of their stuff amazing? I only have Misery Index and Tomorrow Comes Today so far and love them both.

Storm In A Teacup
February 21st 2013
13225 Comments


Yeah, but it's all different. However, even their obscure stuff is still worth obtaining.

Hospital
February 21st 2013
2065 Comments


boy meets world

Ecnalzen
February 21st 2013
6822 Comments


I have noticed that a lot of their stuff is kind of hard to get a hold of or really expensive. Maybe since they are back together they will release and/or begin printing the older stuff again.

cagedescending
February 21st 2013
4124 Comments


Ecnalzen get Eulogy immediately

Ecnalzen
February 21st 2013
6822 Comments


I plan on getting all their stuff eventually (or at least what I can get my hands on), because I love what I have by them now.

Masochist
February 21st 2013
8084 Comments


'After The Eulogy' is the album that got them recognized, and has quite a few of their concert staples ("Rookie," "My Life In the Knife Trade," etc.). If you get deeper into this band, that's your next purchase.

Storm In A Teacup
February 21st 2013
13225 Comments


Day the Sun Went Out c'mon guys show love

Cringe is so fucking m/

AlienWarrior75
February 22nd 2013
134 Comments


blast from the past

Storm In A Teacup
March 17th 2013
13225 Comments


Hep Kat you fuck. It's veen a month where's my update bitch



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