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Tear Out The Heart Streaming New Song "Coffin Eyes"

St. Louis, Missouri metalcore band Tear Out The Heart is streaming the song “Coffin Eyes” featuring Dan Marsala (Story of the Year), which is taken from the forthcoming album "Violence." Give the song a listen through Absolute Punk here.

“Violence turned out amazing and I'm super excited to be a part of it. The mix of Tyler's brutal scream with Isaac's amazing singing voice makes for the perfect dynamic of badass-ness,” Marsala comments.

Victory Records also issued the following statement: "Complete with hauntingly catchy choruses and melodies that will shock and surprise you Violence, out March 19th, will be stuck in your head in the best way possible. With standouts like 'Infamous Last Words' and 'Undead Anthem' it is clear that producer Caleb Shomo formerly of Attack Attack! has taken a very special interest in Tear Out The Heart and their aggressive delivery. For fans of Atreyu, A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, and As I Lay Dying, Tear Out The Heart has arrived to take the world by storm, one impossibly energetic song at a time."

Watch the band's new music video for “Infamous Last Words” at this location, or see Tear Out The Heart on the following dates:

3/22- Alton, IL @ Spirits Lounge
3/23- Peoria, IL @ The Brass Rail
3/24- Columbus, OH @ Kobo’s Live
3/25- Terre Haute, IN @ THMV Music Venue
3/26- La Crosse, WI @ The Warehouse
3/27- Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
3/28- Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room
3/29- Springfield, MO @ Lemon Drop
3/30- Sauget, IL @ Pop’s Concert Venue

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