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Give It A Name – The Flatliners Announce Details For Their Fourth Album.

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Thursday, 13 June 2013

Sometimes, even when you know something's coming, it's still pretty exciting to hear when it's getting close. That was the case when, late last year, singer Chris Cresswell announced that The Flatliners were working on new material for a new album to be released "in Spring of 2013." The announcement instantly generated excitement among the band's fans, but that was really all the information that the singer let slip; no name was given for the new album, no song titles, not much of anything other than the fact that the band wanted to return to a rawer sound compared to their breakthrough release, Cavalcade. That kind of talk was exciting, but fans had no choice but to wait patiently again for more information about a new album, and the band kept tight-lipped.

Well, lips have loosened a bit now. On June 12, 2013 the name, release date and album artwork of The Flatliners' fourth long-player was announced – the album will be called Dead Language, and it will be released on September 17, 2013 by New Damage Records in Canada and Fat Wreck Chords in the U.S.

Recorded by long-time producer Steve Rizun, Dead Language is the band’s most personal and invigorating record to date. The album features thirteen new tracks filled with intelligent songwriting, arena-sized choruses, big guitars and a distinct musical fluidity that comes with playing together as a band for over ten years.

Known for putting on a killer live show, The Flatliners will bring their “perfect concoction of break-neck guitar rhythms, complimentary solos, sing-along lyrics and danceable interludes” to a slew of Canadian cities over the next few months. The Flatliners will be performing at NXNE opening up for legendary L.A Punk band Social Distortion at Yonge and Dundas Square today as part of the North By Northeast music festival, and all confirmed tour dates are listed below:

Further Reading:
Ground Control Magazine –
The Flatliners Belt Up To Come Back – [Feature Article]

Tour Dates:
06/13/13 – Toronto, ON – Yonge and Dundas Square
06/14/13 – Montebello, QC – Amnesia Rockfest
06/15/13 – Montebello, QC – Amnesia Rockfest
06/18/13 Denver, CO – Marquis Theater
06/19/13 Albuquerque, NM – Gasworks
06/20/13 Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock
06/21/13 Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room
06/22/13 Camarillo, CA – Rock City Studios
06/23/13 San Francisco, CA – Thee Parkside
06/24/13 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
06/25/13 Seattle , WA – El Corazon
06/26/13 Billings, MT at Railyard
06/26/13 Vancouver, BC Canada – The Rickshaw Theatre 06/28/13 Edmonton, AB Canada – Ritchie Hall
06/29/13 Calgary, AB Canada – Republik
06/30/13 Regina, SK Canada – The Exchange
07/02/13 Winnipeg, MB Canada – West End Cultural Centre 07/03/13 Fargo, ND – The Aquarium
07/04/13 Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock Social Club 
07/05/13 Chicago, IL – Reggies Rock Club
07/06/13 Detroit, MI-t Magic Stick 
08/03/13 Exeter, UK – The Cavern
08/04/13 Bristol, UK – Exchange 
08/05/13 London, UK – Underworld 
08/06/13 Southampton, UK – Joiners 
08/07/13 Norwich, UK – Waterfront Studios 
08/08/13 Nottingham, UK – Rockcity 
08/09/13 Blackpool, UK – Winter Gardens REBELLION FESTIVAL 
08/11/13 Dusseldorf, Germany – Scream It Out Loud Festival 
08/12/13 Hannover, Germany – Bei Chez Heinz 
08/13/13 Leuven, Belgium – SOJO Club
08/14/13 Saarbrucken, Germany – Garage
08/15/13 Freiburg, Germany – Walfisch
08/18/13 Vienna, Austria – Arena 
08/31/13 Lavaltrie, QC, Canada – Parc Gerard Lavallee POUZZA PELOUZZA 
10/12/13 Sao Paulo, Brazil – WROS Festival 

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www.theflatliners.com/dead-language/
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