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Red Cord Records is excited to announce the signing of Cedar Falls, Iowa metalcore band A Past Unknown. After releasing their 2010 demo a year ago, A Past Unknown is set to release their Red Cord debut, To Those Perishing. The album was recorded by Jamie King, (For Today, Alesana, Between the Buried and Me) at The Basement Studio in North Carolina, the album captures the heavy and melodic presence with emotion-filled lyrics striving to show the world what hope is truly about with the power and love of Jesus Christ. Expect To Those Perishing to be released in June of 2011.
A Past Unknown has never been a band to hold back, especially when it comes to interacting with their fans. As a result, crowd participation has become a defining staple during their intense live shows. With their summer release of To Those Perishing, A Past Unknown is set to start touring non-stop. Catch them this summer at Cornerstone and Lifefest.
You can listen to “What If You’re Wrong” on their Facebook Page.
Watch an album teaser here.
A Past Unknown is:
Grant Lilly – Vocals
Dirk Wiese – Bass
Nick Powell – Guitar
Trevor Rozendaal – Guitar
Adam Aalderks – Drums
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