Take the frantic-ness of The Chariot, mix with the poetically stoic words of bands such as La Dispute and As Cities Burn, throw in a dash of DIY rawness and you will have the Athens, GA outfit Come What May. The band has announced June 12th as the release date for their new record Strange Dialect.
Having self released two EP’s already, (2009’s Solace EP and2010”s Stimulus Vs. Sense EP) Come What May has paved the road for this year’s assault. Strange Dialect, their first full-length record, once again proves the DIY work ethic is alive and well while still producing top-notch tracks such as these. The record will be available for purchase June 12th.
For fans of: As Cities Burn, The Fall of Troy, Thrice, Emery, The Chariot

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