KYLESA: New Album Details Revealed

Savannah sludge rockers KYLESA have released details about the band's follow-up to 2005's "To Walk A Middle Course". Due out October 31 through Prosthetic Records, the new album has been dubbed "Time Will Fuse Its Worth" and clocks in at just over 40 minutes. The tracklisting is as follows:

01. What Becomes An End
02. Hollow Severer
03. Where The Horizon Unfolds
04. Between Silence and Sound
05. Identity Defined
06. Ignoring Anger
07. The Warning

"Time Will Fuse Its Worth" marks the recording debut of new drummers Jeff Porter and Carl McGinley, adding to the band's already thunderous sound. As a precursor to the record's release, KYLESA will open up a European tour September 5, trekking across the continent well into October, before returning to America.


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