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On The Offense Streaming New Songs From "Frontline" Album

New York hardcore outfit On The Offense has posted two new tracks, "We're All Good" and "Four Hundred List," for streaming via the band's ReverbNation page. You can also check out the tracks below. Both songs come from the band's upcoming debut album, "Frontline," due out April 9th on Dead City Records.

Said vocalist Sean Finley, "These are two songs that go over huge when we play them live, and the fans really dig 'em. So it's cool to actually get them recorded for everyone to hear. I think they're a good intro to what we've got on the album, and what we are all about...no flash, no technical wizardry, no crazy over produced bullshit or over complication... just straight up NYHC."

The "Frontline" album will be available for download through most digital outlets on April 9th, with a limited number of physical CDs available via the Dead City web-store.

Added Finley, "I have been in this since 1986, and I have been in a lot of hardcore bands. It took this long to click with the right guys to get it done. Collectively this record spans 20-plus years of growing up in NYHC without rehashing the same old same old, or reducing NYHC to a novelty. There ain't no games or motives or disguises about it. Listen to the record, and that's what and who we are...NYHC for life."

The album's track listing is as follows:

1. Undroppable
2. Can't Erase Regret
3. We're All Good
4. This Is What It Is
5. Deleter
6. Great Myth
7. Scripted
8. Four Hundred List
9. Separates You From Them
10. Clone
11. Missed Something
12. 1000 LBS On My Chest
13. You Have No History

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