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Battlecross Posts New Album "Pursuit Of Honor" Artwork And Track Listing

Detroit Michigan's Battlecross announced its signing with Metal Blade Records in May. The band has now released the artwork and track listing for the full-length debut "Pursuit of Honor," which can be viewed below. "Pursuit of Honor" is due out on August 2nd in North America.

The band comments on album artwork that was created by Josh Schroeder: "The album artwork for Pursuit of Honor was created by the same mastermind who co-produced, mixed, and mastered this album, Josh Schroeder. He made a few merch designs for us in the past and we knew we wanted him to create the album art as well, first of all to keep everything cohesive and relevant, also because we love his unique style and vision, and lastly because he knows us so well. We feel the artwork depicts a strong sense of power and aggression with a leader among warriors. The Pursuit of Honor refers to the ongoing battle within us and the struggle to overcome, to crush all obstacles, and prevail at all costs."

Also available today is the band's first single Push Pull Destroy. Vocalist Gumby commented on the single: "When I sing this song I think about how hard it was to even get to this point and the hard road still to come. It's about overcoming all and coming out on the other side stronger. Push Pull Destroy is in your face with a blend of intense rage and epic power from the first scream to the ending bass line."

Check out the first single "Push Pull Destroy" in the player below.

The track listing for "Pursuit of Honor" is as follows:

1. Pursuit of Honor
2. Push Pull Destroy
3. Kaleb
4. Deception
5. Man of Stone
6. Breaking You
7. Rupture
8. Leech
9. Better Off Dead
10. Misery
11. Foreshadowing

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