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Slough Feg Streaming Full New Album "Digital Resistance"

Slough Feg will release new album, "Digital Resistance," on Tuesday, February 18th throughout North America.

In anticipation of this release, the band has partnered up with Pitchfork.com to give fans a chance to hear the entire album before it is released. Stream all ten tracks at this location.

"Digital Resistance" was recorded with Justin Weis (who produced the album with vocalist/guitarist Mike Scalzi) at Trakworx in South San Francisco from January-October 2013 and marks the band's first new studio album since 2010's "The Animal Spirits."

When asked if the new album was a concept album, singer and vocalist Mike Scalzi explained that "Digital Resistance" is a concept album in the sense that The Beatles "Sgt. Pepper" is a concept album. "It has somewhat of a consistent lyrical theme that runs through several of the songs, but not every song--- it is not a concept album in the sense that our "Traveller" album is."

Mike Scalzi elaborates on the concept behind the title track: "This song represents a last ditch effort to escape the inevitable. There will be no victory over technology-- nor should there be in a broader sense--- but I do fear what we are becoming. Biological evolution moves so slowly that we cannot perceive it. But social and moral evolution may come in great jolts or leaps. This can be dangerous to the preservation the species, biologically and morally/socially. But it's also just fun to sing about 'killing technology' (like that other band from Canada did a long time ago). It's a very dramatic subject. That's why I call it 'Voi-Vaudeville.'"

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Analogue Avengers / Bertrand Russell's Sex Den
2. Digital Resistance
3. Habeas Corpsus
4. Magic Hooligan
5. Ghastly Appendage
6. Laser Enforcer
7. The Price Is Nice
8. Curriculum Vitae
9. The Luddite
10. Warriors Dusk

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