Take It Back! has just released the first song from their upcoming album Atrocities.  The single is called “Hollow Eyes” and is a part of Take It Back’s full length follow up to 2008’s Can’t Fight Robots.  You can hear it at the band’s myspace here:  http://myspace.com/takeitbackar

Take It Back! was on the Alternative Press list of Bands To Know in 2009 and they prove it to be true with the first single from their new album.  Atrocities will be released on November 10 on Facedown Records.
You can catch Take It Back! on tour with Four Letter Lie, Corpus Christi, and A Bullet For Pretty Boy this fall.  Dates below.

TOUR DATES
November 6, 2009 – Claremore, OK @ The Tree
November 7, 2009 –
Abilene, TX @ Rose Park Activity Building
November 8, 2009 –
Plano, TX @ Eisenbergs Skatepark
November 9, 2009 –
Mansfield, TX @ The Boom Room
November 10, 2009 –
Waco, TX @ Art Ambush
November 11, 2009 –
Corpus Christi, TX @ House of Rock
November 12, 2009 –
San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit
November 13, 2009 –
Longview, TX
November 14, 2009 –
Douglasville, GA @ BBQ Fest @ The 7 Venue
November 15, 2009 –
Pensacola, FL @ Sluggos
November 16, 2009 –
Brandon, FL @ Brandon Assembly of God

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