cd facedown sampler

We are happy to announce the launch of another phenomenal free Facedown Records sampler! The fall/winter ’11 sampler includes songs from brand new albums like A Plea For Purging and We the Gathered, unreleased albums from In the Midst of Lions and A Hope for Home, and recent releases from Hands, Hope for the Dying, Gideon and lots of others.

We love giving you guys free music, so head over to Facebook and download the sampler now. www.facebook.com/facedownrecordsinc
Full track listing for Facedown Records fall/winter 2011 sampler:
A Plea for Purging – Heart of a Child
In the Midst of Lions – Cry of the Oppressed
A Hope for Home – Calm
Gideon – False Profits
Hope for the Dying – The Awakening: Dissimulation
Saving Grace – Shekinah
We the Gathered – Believer
Hands – Water
Nothing Til Blood – Stands True
Onward to Olympas – Structures
Immortal Souls – Nuclear Winter

COMING SOON:
A Plea For Purging “The Life and Death of A Plea For Purging” Nov 8
In the Midst of Lions “Shadows” Nov 22
Saving Grace “The King is Coming” Nov 22
A Hope For Home “In Abstraction” Dec 6
OUT NOW:
We the Gathered “Believer”
Nothing Til Blood “When Lambs Become Lions”
Hands “Give Me Rest”

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