NewsJanuary 24, 2011 8:36 PM ET6,678 views

Good Fight Music signs Funeral For A Friend

Official press release: British post-hardcore kings Funeral For A Friend are pleased to announce their U.S. plans to release their upcoming brand new full-length, Welcome Home Armageddon, set to hit stores stateside on March 15th, 2011. The album will be released on the band's new label, Good Fight Music, and will reconnect them with the original label team that released the band's first two major pieces of music, Seven Ways to Scream Your Name EP (2003), and Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation (2003). This is their first offering of music since 2008's Memory and Humanity, and promises to be a new musical direction for the band. Track listing: 01. This Side Of Brightness 02. Old Hymns 03. Front Row Seats To The End of The World 04. Sixteen 05. Aftertaste 06. Spinning Over The Island 07. Man Alive 08. Owls (Are Watching) 09. Damned If You Do, Dead If You Don't 10. Medicated 11. Broken Foundation 12. Welcome Home Armageddon A new track cut from Welcome Home Armageddon, "Front Row Seats to The End of the World," is available for download now at "On Welcome Home Armageddon, we truly stretched ourselves creatively," states vocalist Matthew Davies-Kreye. "We were obviously taken aback when Darran [Smith, former guitarist] left the band, but his choice allowed us to explore new territory musically, we just went in any and every direction we wanted to. The changes to our line-up reignited our passion, kicked our asses and made us work harder for this band than we've ever done before." With former Hondo Maclean and Ghostlines member Richard Boucher installed on bass and Gavin Burrough promoted to his preferred guitar, the band split time between Long Wave Studio and Monnow Valley Studio in Wales and set about crafting their latest effort with producer Romesh Dodangoda (Twin Atlantic, Kids In Glass Houses, Bullet For My Valentine). Romesh Dodangoda also produced 2008's Memory and Humanity. "The excitement we have for the future of this band is all over the songs on Welcome Home Armageddon," adds Davies-Kreye. "The album is about acceptance and coming to terms with what has and is, while refusing to give up on what could be. There are songs that take me places I've been trying to go musically all my life. I'm so proud of what we have done."

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