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Deserters Streaming New Song "The Black Sheep"

Noisecreep has premiered the new track "The Black Sheep" from the upcoming Deserters album "The Slow Rhythms of a Dead-Beat." The song can be heard now at this location. Speaking on the track, band frontman Matt Roell stated the following:

"'The Black Sheep' is track 10, from our upcoming album, The Slow Rhythms of a Dead-Beat. It is an anthem for anyone who feels like they don't belong. I can't pretend anymore, spinning my wheels and working for what? I'd rather be homeless and hate the world first-hand, than sit in my box of an apartment, experiencing life through a television screen. Complacency is a cancer and I'm sick of sitting still."

"The Slow Rhythms of a Dead-Beat" hits stores September 11th through Mediaskare Records, with exclusive pre-order packages available here. Deserters will begin touring in support of the album in September with a string of dates on the Devastation On The Nation Tour alongside King Conquer, Bermuda, In Dying Arms, and The Last Ten Seconds of Life. Dates for the run are as follows:

September 1st - Mesa, AZ @ The Underground
September 2nd - Fullerton, CA @ The Anchor
September 3rd - Canoga Park, CA @ The Cobalt Cafe
September 4th - Bakersfield, CA @ The Dome
September 5th - San Lorenzo, CA @ The Annex
September 6th - Hermiston, OR @ The Grimm Den
September 7th - Sumner, WA @ The Venue
September 8th - Tacoma, WA @ The Loch's
September 9th - Spokane, WA @ The Hop
September 10th - Twin Falls, ID @ Radio Rondevoo
September 11th - Ogden, UT @ Mojo's

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