The Flatliners stream new album

2013-09-10 by TheNoodle | 5 Comments
Canadian punk rock band, The Flatliners, have made their new album, Dead Language, available to stream online at Alternative Press. This is the band's fourth studio album, which follows the success of 2010's, Cavalcade. Dead Language will be officially released on September 17th, 2013.

Until then, the album can be streamed in it's entirety here:
http://www.altpress.com/features/entry/album_premiere_the_flatliners_dead_language

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Spec
September 10th 2013
28441 Comments


Fuck yeah.

kmace
September 10th 2013
159 Comments


Hope this is good.

henryChinaski
September 11th 2013
3100 Comments


Cool!

Digging: Turnover - Peripheral Vision

Crawl
September 11th 2013
1707 Comments


Disappointing.

Spec
September 11th 2013
28441 Comments


Does not sound disappointing at all.



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