Broken Mirrors In Stores Today!

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Mercy Screams’ Red Cord Records debut album, Broken Mirrors, is in stores today. You can pick it up at Hot Topic, FYE, and Hastings as well as digitally at iTunes, AmazaonMP3, and Napster.

You can check out their brand new music video for “Most Dangerous Game” here.

“…this is a ridiculously enjoyable album to listen to. There are going to be some that think it’s just another heavy metal album. However, despite the stereotypical track set up, the brutal energy allows the listener to handle it.”ChristianMusicZine.com

“[Broken Mirrors] is pretty brutal and one that I think any metal fan will love”The Christian Review Blog

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