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Death By Stereo Posts New Songs From "Death Is My Only Friend" Online

Orange County's Death By Stereo have posted four new songs from their upcoming fifth studio album, "Death Is My Only Friend." The record follows "Death For Life" which was released in 2005. The new album is expected to drop sometime in 2009. It will not be released on the band's longtime home, Epitaph, however. The band are currently free agents. The group also recently announced some shows with Suicidal Tendencies in December.

You can find the four new songs on their myspace page.

Source: PunkNews.org

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1. G writes:

Sweet... I'm going to have to go check them out. "Death Is My Only Friend" should be a very great album I'm sure.

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2. G writes:

sh**! Here comes that Scary Jesus, the guy who seems to be obsessed with Green Day too much, again!

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3. BrianSD writes:

Anybody remember The Lost Boys...the original, not that crap that came out on DVD a couple months ago.

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4. Ian writes:

I have always thought Death By Stereo had broken up for sometime, but maybe I'm wrong. I'm actually from the UK, so I don't normally pay attention to what Death By Stereo have been up to.

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