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.bipolar. Streaming Songs From New Album "Amor Fati"

Las Vegas female fronted act .bipolar. self released sixth album "Amor Fati" earlier this month, and tracks from the release are now available for streaming through the player below or over at the band's official website here. The band also commented:

".bipolar. one of Las Vegas’ only female fronted metal bands recorded their follow up to 2010’s Valley of Fire with producer Jason Constantine. The album Amor Fati features six songs The Opening, False, See You Next Tuesday, Marla Singer, Callow, and Adament.

"This release comes just five months before .bipolar. celebrates ten years as a band. Forming in 2003 in Sacramento the band worked hard to establish themselves as a strong DIY female fronted metal band. In 2004 they were recognized with an award from the Sacramento News & Review for Best local Metal/Hard Rock Band. After four albums, a few line-up changes and numerous shows vocalist Charlie and drummer Brian Hanks moved to Las Vegas in 2008.

"Shortly after relocating the duo found bass player Chris Kmit and a former guitar player with whom they recorded Valley of Fire and built a reputation as a professional and dedicated DIY metal band within Las Vegas’ scene. Amor Fati features songs written with new guitar player Rob Bauer who joined last July.

"In support of the new release .bipolar. has shows lined up for early 2013. On January 12th at the Cheyenne Saloon in Las Vegas they will be supporting Asesino featuring members of Fear Factory and Soulfly."

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