Your Memorial will be releasing their Facedown debut album Atonement on November 23rd, and you can hear the title track from their stunning new album here:  http://www.myspace.com/yourmemorial

The band chose Atonement for the first single because “It really encompasses the overall theme of the album both lyrically and musically. We hope you enjoy it, and stay tuned for more album updates to follow.”
Your Memorial will be heading out on tour supporting Atonement beginning on the first of November.  Dates for The Sinners & Saints Tour below.
The pre-order for Atonement will be available in one week at the Facedown merch store where you be able to choose among multiple pre-order packages.
Tour Dates
Nov 1 – Morada, CA @ The Burning Bush
Nov 5 – Spokane, WA @ The Cretin Top
Nov 6 – Boise, ID @ Grange Hall
Nov 7 – Provo, UT @ Cybergate Cafe
Nov 9 – Wichita, KS @ The Eagles Lodge
Nov 10 – San Antonio, TX @ The TenEleven
Nov 11 – McAllen, TX @ Nikki Rowe VFW
Nov 12 – Dallas, TX @ Fat Daddy’s
Nov 13 Albuquerque, NM @ The Fusion Factory
Nov 14 – Phoenix, AZ @ Warehouse 201

COMING SOON:
Messengers “Anthems” Nov 9
Your Memorial “Atonement” Nov 23
OUT NOW:
For Today “Breaker”
The Burial “The Winepress”
In The Midst of Lions “The Heart of Man”
Impending Doom “There Will Be Violence”
My Epic “Yet”
A Plea For Purging “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell”
Call To Preserve “Life of Defiance”
War of Ages “Eternal”

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