AUGUST BURNS RED to release split with SILVERSTEIN as limited Record Store Day exclusive


Limited to just 500 copies

Featuring cover songs by both bands

Currently at work in the studio crafting their upcoming fifth album, AUGUST BURNS RED are pleased to announce a limited edition release for diehard fans in the form of Four Minutes Being Cool – a Record Store Day exclusive split 7-inch with friends and former tourmates SILVERSTEIN.

The release is limited to just 500 copies on burnt orange colored vinyl and will be available at participating indie record stores on Record Store Day, April 20th.
This limited vinyl release features a cover track by each band, with
ABR channeling SAVES THE DAY while SILVERSTEIN pays homage to THE GET UP KIDS.

Four Minutes Being Cool Track List:
Side A- SILVERSTEIN “Coming Clean” (Originally by The Get Up Kids)
Side B – AUGUST BURNS RED “You Vandal” (Originally by Saves The Day)


More information about participating stores can be found at www.recordstoreday.com.

AUGUST BURNS RED’s yet-untitled fifth album is due later this summer on Solid State Records. The band will be hitting the road as a mainstage act on this summer’s Vans Warped Tour, marking their third appearance on the venerated annual event, where they were last seen in performing in support of their 2011 album, Leveler.

With four successful albums under their belts and their fifth album – which guitarist JB Brubaker has described as the band’s “most ambitious album yet” – forthcoming, AUGUST BURNS RED have successfully earned veteran status. One of the leading forces in the modern metal scene, the Manheim, PA-based quintet has breathed new life into the metalcore genre over the course of their almost decade-long career, successfully transitioning from shake-up-the-field upstarts to one of the biggest names worldwide in the genre.


For more information, please visit:
www.augustburnsred.com
www.solidstaterecords.com

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