THE LIFE & DEATH OF A PLEA FOR PURGING – PRE-ORDERS, VINYL, FREE STUFF & MORE!

You can now pre-order the upcoming album from A Plea For Purging titled The Life & Death Of A Plea For Purging in our online store. http://facedown.merchnow.com/

Ten different pre-order options are available including

• 4 brand new exclusive PLEA shirts
• 500 copies of the album as a double gatefold, white double LP
• all vinyl pre-orders will get a free exclusive “Fat Pride” 7” featuring the bonus song “Fat Pride” which is not on the album  (Limited to 500 copies on brown vinyl. The Facedown store will be the only store offering these for sale.)
• all pre-orders come with a free poster
• all pre-orders will be entered to win an Omen-6 guitar compliments of Schecter Guitars
• all vinyl pre-orders will be entered to win a test pressing of the double 12” (limited to only 8 copies)
The Life and Death of A Plea For Purging will be release November 8.

COMING SOON:
Nothing Til Blood “When Lambs Become Lions” Sep 27
Immortal  Souls “IV: The Requiem for the Art of Death” Oct 11
We the Gathered “Believer” Oct 25
A Plea For Purging “The Life and Death of A Plea For Purging” Nov 8
In the Midst of Lions Nov 22
Saving Grace “The King is Coming” Nov 22
A Hope For Home “In Abstraction” Dec 4
OUT NOW:
Hands “Give Me Rest”
Call To Preserve “Validation” 7″
My Epic “Broken Voice”
Altars “Opposition”

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