Artery Recordings/Razor & Tie will release ATTILA's new maxi single, "Party With The Devil", on October 30. The effort features the title track backed with "Soda In The Water Cup".
ATTILA will hit the road as the headliner of the "Party With The Devil" tour from October 26 through November 15. Also appearing on the bill are MAKE ME FAMOUS, ISSUES, ICE NINE KILLS and ADESTRIA. After this run, ATTILA will join the Monster Energy Outbreak tour, which also features headliners ASKING ALEXANDRIA and support bands AS I LAY DYING, SUICIDE SILENCE and MEMPHIS MAY FIRE. The North American trek kicks off in Edmonton, Alberta on November 16 and wraps in Tampa, Florida on December 16.
"Party With The Devil" is the first new music from ATTILA since the band's 2011 full-length album "Outlawed", which debuted at position No. 87 on The Billboard 200 chart.
ATTILA formed in Atlanta, George in 2005 while the bandmembers were still in high school. The group has since toured with the likes of EMMURE, ALESANA, IWRESTLEDABEARONCE, ALESANA, A SKYLIT DRIVE and SLEEPING WITH SIRENS.
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