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Your Chance to Die has released their official video for Requiem for the Blessed Damned off their Red Cord Records debut album Suscitatio Somnus (released 8/30/11).

Watch the video here

“it’s an album that keeps you pumped up from beginning to end. Not only is the music brutal and heavy, but the lyrics are just as heavy. While listening to the album, I would highly suggest checking out the lyrics. There is a lot of truth found in them that fit the brutality in which they are delivered.” ChristianMusicZine.com

“What you have in Suscitacio Sumnus is a solid album from a hard working band…[Jamie] King was able to produce was a clean sounding album that captures the essence of who YCTD is…a brutal front backed by a positive message.” – BuriedSound.com

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