SUFFOCATE FASTER Sign With 1981 RECORDS

Cincinnati Ohio's straight-edge hardcore heavyweights SUFFOCATE FASTER have inked a deal with 1981 Records. The group's new album, "Don't Kill The Messenger", is scheduled for release on September 19.

Commented 1981 Records co-owner Cliff Wiener: "We're excited to be aligned with such hardworking musicians and look forward to destroying the world together!"

The follow-up to 2004's "Only Time Will Tell", "Don't Kill The Messenger" will feature the following track listing:

01. Pieces
02. Time Vs. Time
03. Taste My Steel
04. The Beginning
05. Eyes That Lie
06. A War Within
07. Fight The Real Enemy
08. The Promise
09. Divine Art of Living
10. Bleeding Star
11. "FUN" Is A Four Letter Word

Check out the songs "Eyes That Lie" and "A War Within" at this location.

SUFFOCATE FASTER lineup:

Joe Ray - Drums
Chris Towning - Guitar
Josh Secrest - Bass
Chris Alsip - Voice
Scott Peacock – Guitar

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