New Arcane Roots Album

2013-02-25 by anarchistfish | 4 Comments
British post-hardcore band Arcane Roots will release the follow up to their 2011 début/mini
album Left Fire. The album is called Blood & Chemistry, will be released on
May 6th and will be available as a double LP as well as on CD and digitally.

The album artwork can be viewed here

http://sphotos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-
prn1/524718_10151447908947590_731132943_n.jpg

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Phideaux
February 25th 2013
1659 Comments


Awesome news. Great band.

johnnydeking29
February 25th 2013
11428 Comments


I dug a few songs from Left Fire, so yay

Thane
February 25th 2013
2283 Comments


been waiting for this for a while. that new song they've been playing live is fucking good

mitch91
February 26th 2013
420 Comments


I'm pretty certain this will be amazing, especially if the artwork is anything to go by.



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