Built On Secrets Debut Album 2013-03-11 by | 8 Comments iGuter
Australian, post hardcore band Built On Secrets have been hard at work on their debut album since their EP was released back in 2010. The Aussies made a huge announcement on their Facebook and on YouTube that they had signed a worldwide deal with Artery Recordings and their debut album The Disconnect would be released in Australia May 17th and worldwide May 21st. They also announced the release of a new single "Sleepwalker" featuring guest vocals from Will Pugh of the band Cartel, and will be released March 18th.
Watch the announcement below:
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Band is awesome. Breakdown and scream vocal free post-hardcore. ^that description sounds closer to pop-punk to me than post-hardcore. Plus they have the singer from cartel guest vocal-ing
maybe i'll check them out Clip sounds boring. I loved their EP, can't wait to listen to the full-length. They remind me of a less technical Closure in Moscow. Digging: Blood Gemini - Snow Season It doesn't sound like pop-punk though. Their ep didn't at least. More like Circa Survive-esque alt rock/post-hc It sounds like they have a new lead singer. Well its about time they finished this. Announced they were putting out a full length in summer 2011. I all but gave up on them.
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