AsHellRetreats
After releasing their first full length album Revival with Strike First Records in mid 2010, the band has moved up to Facedown and is getting ready to record their new album Volition.  Vocalist Jackson Greene had this to say about the move:

We are more than excited to be moving to Facedown Records. We’ve appreciated this label for what it has done for its bands and we are more than grateful for getting that opportunity. We’ve been working so hard touring and promoting our record ‘Revival’ off of Strike First Records and we want to work even harder with writing our new Facedown Release titled ‘Volition,’ making it our most passionate material yet.

As Hell Retreats will be heading into the studio to record Volition with Brian Hood (A Plea For Purging, MyChildren MyBride) in January.  Look for Volition in Spring 2011.
Tour Dates
Dec 3 – East Ridge, TN @ The Warehouse
Dec 4 – Sylacauga, AL @ St. Andrews Church
Dec 5 – Douglasville, GA @ The 7 Venue
Dec 6 – Augusta, GA @ Sector 7 G
Dec 7 – Mcdounough, GA @ The Armory
Dec 8 – Fayetteville, GA @ 11th Hour Venue
Dec 10 – Greenville, SC @ The Channel
Twitter – @ashellretreats

COMING SOON:
Messengers “Anthems” Nov 9
Your Memorial “Atonement” Nov 23
OUT NOW:
For Today “Breaker”
The Burial “The Winepress”
In The Midst of Lions “The Heart of Man”
Impending Doom “There Will Be Violence”
My Epic “Yet”
A Plea For Purging “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell”
Call To Preserve “Life of Defiance”
War of Ages “Eternal”

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