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Welcome to the latest installment of the official ‘We Are The Fallen’ newsletter!


For any of you that were not already aware, the next single we are releasing to radio will be the title-track from our debut album, “Tear The World Down”. We are very excited to start this next chapter as “Tear The World Down” starts getting added at radio stations in October. We are proud to unveil this cover-artwork for the single, as well as announce the winner of our latest contest.


Recently we asked fans to guess which song would be our next single by submitting their own cover-artwork for that song. The winner is: Kelly Tobias, from Cincinnati, Ohio. Not only did Kelly guess the correct song, but she also submitted this great cover-art. A huge ‘Thank You’ to everyone else who submitted entries. There were a lot of amazing art submissions, and we were all so impressed.


Our debut album “Tear the World Down” is also now available on 12-inch vinyl in a gatefold sleeve. This collectible vinyl version is only available in limited numbers, so try to grab a copy while you can.


If you would like to help promote the band, you can join our street team by clicking here. Stay connected with us by following one, or all of our social-networking sites, Facebook, Twitter, & MySpace to always be alerted of new info and upcoming tour dates. As we are gearing up to promote this next single, we will start to announce new tour dates as they come in, so stay tuned !


See you on the road soon !

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