Cedarville, OH-based post-hardcore band Wolves at the Gate is preparing to release their sophomore album, VxV, through Solid State on June 10, but today we have their debut song, “Relief,” to tide us over.

Frontman and guitarist Steve Cobucci says the song “is not just about relief for the physical things of life, but far more importantly is the relief that is found in the fact that God offers a freedom from the wages of our sin.”

Wolves at the Gate will be on tour this summer, so you can see them in action when they visit your city. Dates below.

June 4 – Lexington, KY – Ichthus Festival 2014
June 6 – Barrington, IL – Penny Road Pub (w/Phinehas, Artifex Pereo, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 7 – Columbus, OH – Park Street Saloon (w/The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Phinehas, The Orphan, The Poet, Artifex Pereo, OceanSpeak, Here Comes Quincy)
June 8 – Lansing, MI – The Loft Lansing (w/The Orphan, The Poet, Artifex Pereo, Phinehas)
June 9 – Buffalo, NY – Broadway Joe’s (w/Phinehas, Artifex Pereo, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 10 – Stanhope, NJ – Stanhope House (w/Phinehas, Artifex Pereo, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 11 – Springfield, VA – Empire (w/Phinehas, Artifex Pereo, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 13 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown (w/Phinehas, Artifex Pereo, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 14 – Marietta, GA – Swayzes (w/War of Ages, Phinehas, Artifex Pereo, The Orphan, The Poet)
June 20 – Mineral City, OH – Alive Festival
June 25 – Mt. Union, PA – Creation Festival 2014
July 15 – Lemoyne, PA – The Champ (w/August Burns Red, The Overseer)
July 16 – Akron, OH – Musica (w/August Burns Red, The Overseer)
July 17 – Kokomo, IN – Center Stage (w/August Burns Red, The Overseer)
July 18 – Joliet, IL – Mojoes (w/August Burns Red, The Contortionist, The Overseer)
July 19 – Willmar, MN – Sonshine Festival (HM Stage)
July 21 – Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection (w/August Burns Red, The Overseer)

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