Famous Last Words To Release New Album "Council Of The Dead"
Famous Last Words has announced new album "Council Of The Dead" will be released on August 26th, with album pre-orders and a new track due to come online on Thursday the 10th of July. The band also comments on an upcoming music video:
"So the cat's out of the bag about what the theme of our newest music video will be...Suicide Prevention.
"A few people involved in making this video have had their lives affected by suicide, whether it be a friend or family member. At the end of the video (not to give too much away), we are going to have a little segment where we will show pictures of these people in remembrance. With the pictures it will have their full name, date of birth, and the date they passed away.
"We would also like to invite you to also submit pictures of any friends or family of yours who have taken their lives. So if you have anyone you would like us to memorialize at the end of our video, please send the person's picture, full name, date of birth, and the date they passed away to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"We will do what we can to use all the submissions that we are sent. This will run starting today - 7/13/14 (1 week). So please, if this is something you would like to get involved with, please do!"
The new album's track listing will be as follows:
1. Letter To The Council
2. Council Of The Dead
3. The Fog
4. Hell In The Headlights
5. Brothers In Arms
6. The Killing Zone
7. Fading Memories
9. The Uprise
10. My Life Before My Eyes
11. One In The Chamber
12. The End Of The Beginning
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