The Last Ten Seconds Of Life release new track off upcoming EP
'Disquisition on an Execution' will be released 25th November via Unique Leader
Official press release:
The Last Ten Seconds Of Life have released their huge new single 'Dreams of Extermination', from their forthcoming EP Disquisition on an Execution, to be released 25th November via Unique Leader.
Following their career-defining self-titled album (released January 2022), TLTSOL's new EP is deathcore brutality at its most potent. Having toured with Cattle Decapitation across the US early in 2022, Disquisition on an Execution is the first taste of the band with new vocalist Tyler Beam (ex-Promise Breaker) at the helm, with Dylan Potts (drums), Andrew Petway (bass) and Wyatt McLaughlin (guitars) completing the line-up.
A Pennsylvania-bred deathcore band with a relentless, ferocious attack – and a name taken from a The Smiths song – TLTSOL emerged in 2010 and have since become a major name on the underground scene with their emotionally intense and physically punishing sound.
Disquisition on an Execution tracklist:
1. Disquisition on an Execution
4. Annihilation Phenomena
You can pre-order the album here.
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If your band is signed to Unique Leader there is a 110% chance nobody cares and your band will fall off
If your band is signed to Unique Leader there is a 110% chance nobody cares and your band will fall off ^ So true
"Nice link to preorder this, dipshit. I mean no one's going to anyway, but it's the principle of the fact that you guys cannot post one single article without multiple mistakes." I just looked at your IP. How's life in Joliet, IL? Haha. Get your ass kicked at the Forge recently or something? Gotta be something making you such an angry angry boy. 😭😭😭
As long as they have Wyatt it doesn't matter what other f*ck heads are in this band. Dude rips and has a clear distinguished style! This band kicks ass, you guys are all dumb asses
Been waiting for this band to find their sound like that 1 good single from the last album. This sounds solid!