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Animals As Leaders Streaming New Song "Tooth And Claw"

Below you can hear a brand new track titled "Tooth and Claw" off the upcoming album Animals As Leaders "The Joy Of Motion," which is due out March 25th on Sumerian Records.

The album marks the recording debut of drummer Matthew Garstka, with pre-orders to be made available soon. You can also check out a teaser trailer for the album at this location.

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1. AiRhEaD writes:

This band needs a vocalist. This song is killer but needs a vocalist.

# Feb 19, 2014 @ 10:29 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. Odyjon writes:

Love AAL, but this was differn't. I thought I was listening to a Born of Osiris track or something until the solo. Still good, but agreed with one; this needed a voc.

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3. BrianSD writes:

I'm pretty sure they're an all instrumental band

# Feb 21, 2014 @ 12:00 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. Odyjon writes:

They Indeed are, but like at 15 seconds I was like it sounds like everything I've heard prior...Until that guitar rang out at 1:30 that was awesome. Was at work, home now to properly hear this. Yeah then from there its AAL I love!
Oh I take back what I said.

But yeah the other 2 albums. Epix

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