Starting today, HASTE THE DAY fans can view a trailer for the feature length DVD, ‘To The Ends of the Earth’ on the band’s Facebook page. The DVD, available exclusively with the deluxe edition of the band’s soaring new album, Attack of the Wolf King, takes a look at the metalcore monsters on stage and off. View the trailer at: http://www.facebook.com/hastetheday#!/video/video.php?v=842683358665&ref=mf
In addition, beginning tomorrow (6/22) through Wednesday (6/23), the album will be streaming, in its entirety, on the band’s MySpace page, giving their global fanbase even more reason to be excited for the album’s release a week later. The album stream will be available at:
http://www.myspace.com/hastetheday Available in stores June 29th via longtime label Solid State Records, Attack of the Wolf King shows a band who are already amongst the metalcore elite reaching frenzied new heights for what, nine years into their existence, could be their career-defining album. Recorded in Richmond with veteran producer Andreas Magnusson (THE BLACK DHALIA MURDER, OH SLEEPER, etc), Attack Of The Wolf King marks the next chapter for HASTE THE DAY, whose impressive resume includes more than a quarter million albums sold and legions of fans worldwide.
The band has announced a summer headlining tour in support of Attack of the Wolf King from June 4 to July 2, and will follow that up with a stint on the Vans Warped Tour from July 20 to August 15th.
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