New Wolves & Machines LP, song
2014-02-23 by Daniel Roe | 4 Comments
Wolves & Machines will release their sophomore album, "Since Before Our Time", on 4th March via Capeside Records. You can find the album artwork here: http://i.imgur.com/hyOj4nO.jpg, the track listing below and a new song, "Hazel", here: http://absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=3668621.

1. Only Drowning Men
2. All Alarms
3. Stay Separate
4. Bury the Bones
5. Hazel
6. Drift
7. Like Holding Breath
8. Turn to Stone
9. Pulse
10. Many Happy Returns
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XingKing
February 23rd 2014
10594 Comments


I really liked their first LP so hopefully this will be equally as awesome

XingKing
February 23rd 2014
10594 Comments


And this new song is awesome. Yes!

OwMySnauze
February 24th 2014
1029 Comments


Only heard their latest single... Nothing special.

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oldsoul
February 24th 2014
86 Comments


Hazel's really good, looking forward to this

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