To Speak Of Wolves Streaming New Single "Stand Alone Complex"
With a writhing beast of a new album waiting in the wings, North Carolina misfits To Speak Of Wolves are giving fans a taste of the ferocity to come with the release of the first single, "Stand Alone Complex." Check out the song at the band's Facebook profile. The following press release was also issued:
"Careening off the rails with frantic snare blasts and caterwauling riffage, 'Stand Alone Complex' is not only the first track released from the forthcoming Find Your Worth, Come Home – available online and in stores everywhere May 22 via Solid State Records – but it also serves as the first sample of the unhinged vocals of new To Speak of Wolves frontman Gage Speas, the spark plug driving this band into wild new territories with an album they never dreamed they could make."
"Musically, we feel this song is a great first look into the new record," says drummer and founding member Phil Chamberlain. "It's a fast and intense song, a good mix stylistically from the new album as a whole. The song features guest vocals by Micah Kinard from Oh, Sleeper on the bridge and has one of our favorite guitar riffs as a climatic ending."
To Speak of Wolves 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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