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A Plea for Purging has just released a new song from their upcoming album The Life & Death of A Plea For Purging. You can hear the first single “the life” here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhz4qGZ48ms

A Plea For Purging have never been a band to stay in the proverbial box. The debut of their new album The Life and Death of A Plea For Purging proves, yet again, how versatile and multifaceted these musicians really are. The excellent brutality that Plea has cultivated over the years is present on this follow up to the critically acclaimed Marriage of Heaven and Hell, but also on the new album, existing in perfect harmony with the metallic hardcore they’ve become known for, are some intense acoustic tracks. But don’t be fooled, even on these songs, though they’re musically understated, there’s no mistaking the fiery, impassioned lyrics of A Plea For Purging.

New album The Life and Death of A Plea For Purging due out November 8 on Facedown Records.

COMING SOON:

Nothing Til Blood “When Lambs Become Lions” Sep 27
A Plea For Purging “The Life and Death of A Plea For Purging” Nov 8
Saving Grace “The King is Coming” Nov 22
In the Midst of Lions Nov 22
A Hope For Home Nov 22
OUT NOW:
Hands “Give Me Rest”
Call To Preserve “Validation” 7″
My Epic “Broken Voice”
Altars “Opposition”

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