Metalcore monsters HASTE THE DAY are not only announcing the track listing and artwork, but are debuting the lead single from their towering new album, Attack of the Wolf King, out June 29 on Solid State Records.

“Travesty”, one of several stand-out tracks from the band’s forthcoming album, is available to purchase today on iTunes, and can also be streamed via the band’s MySpace page at: www.myspace.com/hastetheday

Wolf King proves to be the most dynamic, ferocious and art-minded album of the band’s career – an impressive feat for an act that is releasing its fifth full length and has compiled more than a quarter-million in album sales.

Recorded in Richmond with veteran producer Andreas Magnusson (THE BLACK DHALIA MURDER, OH SLEEPER, etc), Attack Of The Wolf King is the first outing for the current incarnation of HASTE THE DAY, whose new members brought equally fresh elements to the writing process, adding new fuel to the tried-and-true metalcore machine of singer Stephen Keech and bassist Michael Murphey.

While HASTE THE DAY are already among the metalcore elite, Wolf King sees the band reaching frenzied new heights for what, nine years into their career, could be their career-defining album.

“I think that Attack Of The Wolf King has taken the musical elements of HASTE THE DAY – the breakdowns, the melodies, and the mood – and turned it up ten notches,” says bassist Michael Murphy. “Fans of the old HTD and the new HTD will be both be in love with this album. It has the raw aggression of Burning Bridges, the catchy choruses of When Everything Falls, the energy of Pressure The Hinges, and the mood and feeling of Dreamer. Get ready for your new favorite HASTE THE DAY album!”

HASTE THE DAY have already announced a summer headlining tour in support of the album, from June 4 to July 2, and will follow that up with a Warped Tour run from July 20 to August 15th. Attack of the Wolf King track listing:
1. Wake Up The Sun
2. Dog Like Vultures
3. The Quiet, Deadly Ticking
4. Travesty
5. Merit For Sadness
6. The Un-Manifest
7. The Place Where Most Deny
8. White as Snow
9. Crush Resistance
10. Walk With a Crooked Spine
11. My Name Is Darkness
Special Edition:
12. Meet Me Half Way (Black Eyed Peas cover)
13. Blue 42 (Live in Auckland, New Zealand)
14. Pressure The Hinges (Live in Capetown, South Africa)  

Dates with MYCHILDREN MY BRIDE and UPON A BURNING BODY
June 4  Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock Café
June 5  Lemoyne, PA @ Championship
June 6  Philadelphia @ First Unitarian Church
June 7  Farmingdale,@  NY Crazy Donkey
June 8  Worcester, MA @ Upstairs at Palladium
June 9  Hartford, CT @ Webster Theatre
June 10  Montreal, QC @ Underworld
June 11  Toronto, ON @ Annex Wreckroom
June 12  Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
June 13  Buffalo, NY @ Xtreme Wheelz
June 15  Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
June 16 Columbus, OH @ Basement
June 17  Wilmore, KY @ Ichthus Festival
June 18  St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
June 19  Cordova, TN @ The Arbor
June 20  Little Rock, AR @ Village
June 22  Houston, TX @ Warehouse
June 23  San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
June 24  Corpus Christi, TX @ House of Rock
June 25  Austin, TX @ Emos
June 26  Oklahoma City, OK @ Conservatory
June 28  TBD
June 29  Bloomington, IN @ Rhinos (Special HASTE THE DAY vs HASTE THE DAY show – featuring the return of all of HTD’s past members!)
June 30  Grand Rapids, MI @ Mixtape
July 1  Iowa City, IA @ Blue Moose
July 2  Marietta, IL @ Cornerstone Festival – Encore Tent

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