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LAY IT ON THE LINE – SHARE TRACK ‘AIM HIGH’

LAY IT ON THE LINE – ‘AIM HIGH’

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Lay It On The Line

TAKEN FROM ‘THE BLACK MUSEUM’ Released 30/6/17

Disconnect, Disconnect Records new signings Lay It On The Line are streaming the second track from their upcoming ‘The Black Museum’ debut album, which is out on June 30th.

Aim High‘ is the follow up to the band’s debut label single, ‘Level Up’, which was released last month. The male/female front melodic hardcore five piece (featuring Alice Hour (In Evil Hour), Mike Scott (Phinius Gage, River Jumpers) and Duncan Ash (ex-Hang The Bastard) play a London show to mark the release on June 29th.

South London’s Melodic Hardcore exports Lay It On The Line have been quietly going about their business for a while now. A series of EPs for labels including Lockjaw Records and Aaahh!! Real Records, a demo with tracks played on Radio 1 before the band had even played a show and tours in the UK and Europe have seen the band go from a side project to something more serious.
With a new line-up including Alice Hour (In Evil Hour) and Mike Scott (Phinius Gage, River Jumpers) on male/female vocal dutes – and Duncan Ash (Hang The Bastard), the band have finally offered up their debut album. ‘The Black Museum’ is 10 songs of intense, Melodic Hardcore and a sizeable nod to the various band members’ fast, Skate Punk roots and sees soaring melodies and double speed drums mixed with thrash and hardcore and post-hardcore influences. The album tackles issues including members’ drug/alcohol issues, war and animal rights.
The album is released on long time UK Punk label Disconnect, Disconnect Records on June 30th 2017.

TRACKLISTING:
1.       Level Up
2.       A Serious House On Serious Earth
3.       Aim High
4.       Battery Farm Anachronism
5.       120 Days
6.       The Black Museum
7.       Force Fed
8.       Oreo Speedwagon
9.       Positive Views (Rotting Out)
10.   1917

 

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