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New Sick Of It All Song Posted Online

A brand new SICK OF IT ALL track, entitled "Take the Night Off", has been posted online at this location. The song comes off the group's ninth full-length album, "Death to Tyrants", due on April 18 via Abacus Recordings.

Regarding the sound of the new CD, which was engineered and mixed by Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HEAVEN SHALL BURN), drummer Armand Majidi said, "We wanted this album to capture the excitement and energy of our live shows, which hasn't been captured in previous recordings. It's the tightest and most powerful sound we've ever put down." Also expect more fiery lyrical content on the new album, which addresses political, social and personal issues. Lou said, "If you talk to a lot of trendy bands and ask them about politics, they're up on what's going on in the world, but they choose not to address it, saying that they just want to play music. That's cool, but I write music about what I see. I can't look away." Armand, who also has a hand in writing lyrics, said, "There's a lot of anger towards the government on the new album, because everyone in the band shares the opinion that corporations are dictating foreign policy and only a handful of people in power are scrambling to get all the wealth without the welfare of the people in mind." Lou concurred, "In the current U.S. political agenda, it seems the people's voice is almost meaningless unless you threaten with radical action — things have gotten that bad."

SICK OF IT ALL will be teaming up with STRETCH ARMSTRONG and FIRST BLOOD for two weeks' worth of dates beginning on May 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Source: Blabbermouth

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