Call To Preserve have released the first new song from their upcoming 7″ Validation. The song is “Exploit, Neglect, Condemn” and it’s up now on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/calltopreserve Validation will be a 7″ vinyl record containing 4 brand new tracks from the band, released on July 5, available only on vinyl or digitally.

The band will also be kicking off their farewell tour this summer with Dead Icons and Strike First’s Dynasty. This will be your last chance to see Call To Preserve live, so be sure to come out and give them a proper send off!
Tour Dates:
6/15 Fayetteville GA @ 11th Hour Venue ** NO DEAD ICONS
6/16 Columbia SC @ Unit One Art Space
6/17 Whitesburg KY @ Letcher County Tourism
6/18 Cookeville TN @ Westside Station
6/19 Southhaven MS @ Cafe 549
6/20 Little Rock AR @ Downtown Music Hall
6/21 Tyler TX @ The Attic
6/22 Houston TX @ Cain’s Ashes
6/23 McAllen TX @ VFW Hall
6/24 San Antonio TX @ The White Rabbit
6/25 Fort Worth TX @ TBA
6/26 Tulsa OK @ The Reverb w/ Onward To Olympus
6/27 Springfield MO @ Salad Days w/ Onward To Olympus
6/28 Springfield IL @ Black Sheep Cafe
7/05 Evansville IN @ The Rev ** NO DEAD ICONS
7/06 Chattanooga @ The Warehouse ** NO DEAD ICONS

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