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Drugs Of Faith To Release New EP "Architectural Failures"

Northern Virginia-based trio Drugs of Faith has completed the final stages of an upcoming new EP to be released late this Autumn.

The first new recordings to emerge since 2011's "Corroded" album, Drugs of Faith let loose with four brand new tracks on the freshly finished "Architectural Failures" EP. The following press release was issued about the band:

"The band's patented rocked-out grindcore approach here shows some brutally awesome dissonant tones and more expansive dimensions with a crushing metallic production courtesy of the sessions at Developing Nations with Kevin Bernsten (Full Of Hell, Inter Arma, Ilsa, Coke Bust) and final mastering by Scott Hull (Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed). Architectural Failures will see release in late November as a one-sided 12" limited to 300 copies with a digital download via Malokul, the DIY label started by D.C. act Disciples of Christ.

"Coming from co-founder Richard Johnson (Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Enemy Soil), Drugs of Faith has endured since 2003, with a plethora of releases out via Poland's Selfmadegod Records amidst several demos and compilation spots including Relapse Records' This Comp Kills Fascists Vol.2. And simply put, they fucking shred. Following recent live actions including this year's Macrock conference in Virginia followed by a spot on the Philadelphia date of this year's Decibel Magazine Tour with Cannibal Corpse, Napalm Death and Immolation, Drugs of Faith will again take to the streets with updates to be announced in the weeks ahead."

The track listing is as follows:

1. The Incumbent
2. Insanity
3. Paper Trails
4. Placing Bets

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