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Last summer, Kansas City’s A Sequence of Ghosts burst onto the scene with their beautifully crafted self titled EP creating a steady buzz while touring nonstop bringing their unique brand of melodic hardcore to new ears all over the US. Standing on the edge of a brand new release coming May 3rd, Hostage(s) will prove to be another homerun for the potential hardcore giants.

Tonight at 6pm EST A Sequence of Ghosts will be releasing the first track off the new record exclusively at www.facebook.com/asequenceofghosts. “The Hostage” is a ferocious offering that stylistically runs along the same lines as Bring Me the Horizon and Oh Sleeper, fusing the guttural with the ethereal. The track is an open invitation to forgiving the ones who have done you wrong and finding an identity in doing so.

The track will be available on the band’s social networking sites including MySpace, Purevolume and Facebook (links listed below). Tune in tonight at 6pm EST to hear the new track from A Sequence of Ghosts entitled “The Hostage” off their forthcoming record Hostage(s).

To request a preview digital copy of Hostage(s) please contact:

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(F) http://www.facebook.com/asequenceofghosts

(PV) http://www.purevolume.com/asequenceofghosts
(T) http://www.twitter.com/ASOGBAND
(M) http://www.myspace.com/asequenceofghosts

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