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Kal Marks

From: MA, United States
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Kal Marks Streams Full New Album

Boston indie-sludge trio Kal Marks released new album "Life Is Alright, Everybody Dies" on February 19th via Exploding In Sound and Midnight Werewolf Records.

The follow-up to "Life Is Murder" finds the band taking a sunnier disposition... though just slightly, and now you can stream the record in it's entirety below.

Kal Marks will be hitting the road for a U.S. tour in support of "Life Is Alright, Everybody Dies" with dates throughout February and March with Two Inch Astronaut and Left & Right, including a run of "unofficial" shows during SXSW. More...

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Kal Marks Streaming "Mankind"

Boston indie-sludge stalwarts Kal Marks will release new album "Life Is Alright, Everybody Dies" on February 19th via Exploding In Sound and Midnight Werewolf Records.

Check out new single "Mankind" below. Kal Marks' Carl Shane (guitar/vocals) comments: "I would say that 'Mankind' is a angry song about being kind to the rest of humanity. I don't know if this makes any sense but when I sing (yell) this song I imagine it from the perspective of a motherly figure, who is pleading to rest of the world to you know... not devour her young. I don't know how much time we have left on this Earth, because it seems like there's new shit hitting the fan everyday, and I just hope humanity could pull together somehow.”

Kal Marks will be hitting the road for a U.S. tour in support of "Life Is Alright, Everybody Dies" with dates throughout January, February, and March with Two Inch Astronaut and Left & Right, including a run of "unofficial" shows during SXSW. Dates are available after the jump. More...

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