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Drugs Of Faith Streaming "Hidden Costs" From New Album "Corroded"

The release of Drugs of Faith's debut full-length "Corroded" will occur later this month, and now National Public Radio's All Songs Considered blog is hosting the public premiere of "Hidden Costs," the fourth track from the upcoming album. You can check out the song at this location.

Virginia-based trio Drugs of Faith will release the "Corroded" album via Selfmadegod Records on February 22nd. The album was recorded at Developing Nations in Baltimore with Kevin Bernsten at the helm, and mastered by Scott Hull of Pig Destroyer/Agoraphobic Nosebleed. "Corroded" also features a guest contribution from Pig Destroyer’s JR Hayes on a cover of His Hero Is Gone's "Hinges" anthem.

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