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ERRA announce new album, premiere song

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 6:17 AM PT


ERRA Neon

Alabama progressive metalcore act ERRA has announced plans to release their fourth studio album this summer. The new record has been titled Neon and will hit streets on August 10 through Sumerian Records. Its cover art can be viewed above, while its track listing is below.

Meanwhile, ERRA is streaming a new track from the outing called "Disarray." You can have a listen here:


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Neon track listing:

01. Breach
02. Monolith
03. Signal Fire
04. Valhalla
05. Hyperreality
06. Ghost of Nothing
07. Disarray
08. Expiate
09. Unify
10. Ultimata


15 comments


anonymous
7 days ago
nothing about Alabama is "progressive"

anonymous
7 days ago
Tim and the rest of the boys in As I Lay Dying will release a statement on this in a few weeks. In about one week they will release a statement about when the statement will be released

anonymous
7 days ago
Misery Signals did it better

anonymous
7 days ago
The mixing is shit

7 days ago
progressive metalcore lol

anonymous
7 days ago
Who????

anonymous
7 days ago
meh with a side of meh

anonymous
7 days ago
Has anyone checked in on that dude from Maylene and the Sons of Disaster? He looked pretty effed last update we had.

anonymous
7 days ago
More like ERROR.

anonymous
7 days ago
Buffalo Wild Wings is stoked

anonymous
6 days ago
no red roses for a blue lady no care...

6 days ago
Disarray is what the world needs. A new sound in a sea of conformity. I'm loving that JT's vocals are finally louder and balanced with TJ's voice finally. 2:38 "You mindless fcking slave" followed by THAT breakdown. Welcome back Erra, indeed. It's damn good but fck do I miss Alan's rhythm. I already pre-ordered the physical version, along with a few bundles and a couple of very nice limited vinyl pressings from https://erraneon.com. I can tell this is going to be my summer of 2018 album.

anonymous
6 days ago
^ Found the band member

anonymous
5 days ago
"Disarray is what the world needs. A new sound in a sea of conformity. I'm loving that JT's vocals are finally louder and balanced with TJ's voice finally. 2:38 "You mindless fcking slave" followed by THAT breakdown. Welcome back Erra, indeed. It's damn good but fck do I miss Alan's rhythm..."

Cringe-worthy

anonymous
4 days ago
This song sounds great, not sure how tf the rest of you got meh from this