‘FALLING’ the debut single from the brand new album ‘III’ from The Sacrificed

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Check out the brand new just released first single off of ‘III’ over at the Roxx Records facebook page now!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Roxx-Records/114101101968955?sk=app_178091127385

Every one that signs up on the email list on the Roxx Productions site will receive a link to download the brand new single absolutely free!

www.roxxproductions.com

The album is complete and sounds absolutely amazing! We are excited to release ‘III’ upon the world!

It is sure to be a fan favorite this year and destined to become a Classic Christian Metal release!

http://roxxproductions.storenvy.com/collections/1982-preorders

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