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Cold Feet Controll To Release New EP "Tales Of The Brokenhearted Pt.II"

Cold Feet Controll will release "Tales of the Brokenhearted Pt.II" on September 20th, 2013 via Inverse Records. The label also comments:

"Cold Feet Control was formed in 2011 by a bunch of good friends who wanted to play a different style of metalcore. Four months after the band was formed, they went in to the studio to record their first EP 'Shake it, Shake it!' which got a very good acceptance from the fans.

"Tales of the Brokenhearted was released on the 1st of January 2013 and the third EP, Tales of the Brokenhearted part 2 will be released on the 20th of September 2013.

"Juuso (the songwriter) tries to write always more brutal and heavier riffs but manages to always drop in some really deep and beautiful melodies with the guitar. So we guess then that's how the songs end up to become easy to listen to. The lyrics then deal about normal everyday life subjects. Some lyrics are more about our personal stuff, things that have happen in life and things what we think happen around us. For an example the 'What kind of drink is absinthe' song from Shake it! Shake it! EP is simply a story about what we think might happen when you drink that crazy drink. Then again 'Bridges Burned' from 'Tales of the Brokenhearted' is a song about a failed relationship. The band just tries to give people a new way to think to be honest and maybe some people can notice that they can find their own life situations in the songs and in that way adapt to the lyrics."

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