New Misser Track

2013-03-11 by Brian Tong | 8 Comments
Misser have released a new song titled "Goddamn, Salad Days". The track will be featured on a new EP set for release in 2013.

http://www.revolvermag.com/news/exclusive-misser-premiere-new-song-gaddamn-salad-days.html

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Azn.
March 11th 2013
5632 Comments


huhuhu will check out asap

patman1001
March 11th 2013
1024 Comments


so good

tacos N stuff
March 11th 2013
2368 Comments


yayyyyy!!

Atari
Staff Reviewer
March 11th 2013
22503 Comments


sweet

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Leatherneck
March 11th 2013
676 Comments


it seems like Tim has been putting much more effort on this project than Transit


snerefedsav
March 11th 2013
945 Comments


yeah man that new transit track kind of blows compared to their other shit

DeathsThread
March 11th 2013
214 Comments


I got to see them play this for the 1st time live thursday to about 30 people

joshieboy12345
March 11th 2013
5393 Comments


That was sick.



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