To Speak Of Wolves Announces New Album "Find Your Worth, Come Home"
Solid State Records is pleased to announce the release of To Speak Of Wolves' second full-length album, "Find Your Worth, Come Home," available online and in stores everywhere May 22nd. Solid State commented on the upcoming release:
"The band's first album with dynamic new frontman Gage Speas, 'Find Your Worth, Come Home' sees the revitalized lineup reaching into darker, heavier and faster territory. It’s an album of rediscovery, and an album that freshly stamps what To Speak of Wolves is about, from the title on down."
“The title is about we've been doing - finding ourselves as a band, proving what are and doing what we do best,” explains drummer and founding member Phil Chamberlain. “This record is something that we're incredibly proud of. We've gotten a lot of compliments about how intense we are live and I don't think that came across on the first album. This time around we went into the recording process wanting to make sure to capture that intensity, and I think we did that."
"We couldn't be more stoked and proud of what we've created with this album,” Chamberlain exclaims. “We are excited and can't wait to share it with everyone!"
The band also has the following upcoming tour dates:
Apr 22 - Worcester MA @ Palladium (New England Metal and Hardcore Festival)
June 15 - Stone Mountain GA @ ATLANTA FEST
June 22 - Wilmore KY @ ICHTHUS FESTIVAL
June 23 - Mineral City OH @ ALIVE FESTIVAL
Aug 2 - Gilford NH @ SOULFEST
Aug 7- Darien Center NY @ KINGDOMBOUND FESTIVAL
Aug 11 - Muskegon MI @ UNITY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Sep 15 - Shippensburg PA @ UPRISE MUSIC FESTIVAL
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