A Past Unknown Releases Second Single “Fact or Fiction,” Features Ryan Kirby of Fit For A King

Iowa based Christian melodic metalcore outfit A Past Unknown has released the second single from their Red Cord Records sophomore effort Vainglory, which will be released October 22nd. “Fact or Fiction” features Ryan Kirby of Fit For A King and may be heard at http://youtu.be/PxpXMRyBqpc. “Fact or Fiction” follows in the footsteps of lead single “Cursed” and both will be featured o the forthcoming thirteen track release. A Past Unknown will be beginning their CD release tour late next week with more touring being planned throughout the fall and winter.

VAINGLORY TOUR

(With Colossus)

October 5 Waterloo, IA

October 6 Des Moines, IA

October 7 Sioux City, IA

October 8 Sioux Falls, SD

October 9 Fargo, ND

October 11 St. Cloud, MN

October 12 Willmar, MN

October 13 Mounds View, MN

October 14 Marion, IA

October 15 Plattesville, WI

October 16 St, Louis, MO

October 17 Richmond, IN

October 18 Dearborn, MI

October 19 Nazareth, PA

October 20 Queens, NY

October 21 Manchester, NH

October 22 Boonton, NJ

October 25 Wake Forest, NC

October 26 Nashvillle, TN

LINKS

http://www.facebook.com/apastunknown

http://www.purevolume.com/apastunknown

http://www.twitter.com/apastunknown

http://www.youtube.com/user/apastunknown

https://www.facebook.com/redcordrecords

http://www.redcordrecords.com/

http://youtube.com/RedCordRecords

http://twitter.com/redcordrecords

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