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October File Release "Holy Armour...", Preview Up

October File finally released their long awaited and, in some quarters, highly anticipated second album. Candlelight Records has issued the following press release:
"A raging assault on the senses from start to finish - with Jaz Coleman from Killing Joke adding his dulcet tones.
Musically, October File deliver an even heavier and more direct approach than the highly rated last EP. Dark, aggressive, angular and downright angry are the closest descriptions.
Lyrically the band have the balls to say what’s on their mind, subjects such as climate change, war, corruption and religion all get the treatment, some more than others. “Religion?” for instance deals with the fact that maybe most religions outlook that we should all have to bow to some imaginary god or get beheaded just really isn’t on… the band also cover murder for amusement, rape, human disappointment and day to day drudgery in equally eloquent terms… songs about girls, having fun and how cool summer is just didn’t make the album…

"Holy Armour From The Jaws Of God" will be released 29th October through Candlelight records. To check out a few tracks, visit the band's official website.

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