News•September 13, 2011 4:36 PM ET•6,349 views
Molotov Solution announces new album
Official press release: Molotov Solution have announced the release of their forthcoming album Insurrection for October 25th. This will be the band's first release since The Harbinger (2009, Metal Blade) and their first for BlkHeart Group (No Bragging Rights, Destruction Of A Rose). Insurrection is the band's fourth full-length and was produced by Will Putney at The Machine Shop (Suicide Silence, Four Year Strong) in New Jersey. The album takes the band's signature death metal foundation which is peppered by elements of hardcore and grind but marries it with a groove and swagger previous releases didn't possess. Also in full display is technical guitar leads and parts that shred as well as deliver full body breakdowns. Two new songs "Injustice For All" and "The Final Hour" are available to listen to at the band's Facebook page (then click button titled "Insurrection 10/25"). Speaking on the album guitarist, Robbie Pina says "An insurrection is basically the taking down of a top figure like a king. If there is a main message to the album, it's that people should educate themselves and take control of the problems we have as a society rather than waiting on a government to do what's right." Vocalist Nick Arthur continues his signature lyrical assault and skeptical eye towards politics and society which has been a main mission of the band since it's inception back in 2004. In addition to a fiery and passionate message, the band is devastating live and have toured non-stop over the past few years doing twelve U.S. Tours as well as a recent Canadian tour and upcoming dates in Mexico. Some road partners of Molotov Solution have included Whitechapel, Despised Icon, Through The Eyes Of The Dead, Impending Doom and Suicide Silence. The band will be headlining The Insurrection Tour with support from The Devastated and Fit For An Autopsy from 9/28 until 10/21.
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