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Betrayer Issues New Album Update

Indiana's Betrayer, which split with its vocalist back in June, has checked in with the following Summer recap and announcement about working on new material:

"So it has been a confusing, yet interesting year. We lost a member earlier this summer which put a halt to a lot of shows but luckily we were able to get back our former singer and long-time friend to add in this years writing of our first full-length album.

"Few shows, but a hell of a lot of regimental Wednesday jamz have kept us sane for the past few months and with the coming end of the year we hope to put on at least a couple great shows before the clock rolls over. November 5th we will be playing with Impending Doom and some longtime local favorites.

"Pre-productions are in the works and we hope to get at least a couple done before winter sets in. Our main goal between now and next spring is to finalize the ten or so songs we have in the works, maybe playing a couple shows here or there, and provide a great bundle package of both our first EP 'Beneath the Realm of Consciousness,' and our new 'untitled' full-length, with a new t-shirt design; likely available at our next release. Feel free to hit us up and get on our asses about posting new stuff for your ears!"

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