WHEN TIGERS FIGHT Stream New Album Via MetalSucks; Band To Play Two Shows This Week

With the release of their anthem-strewn sophomore LP Death Songs just one week from its official street date, today WHEN TIGERS FIGHT are streaming the entire album via MetalSucks. Get in the pit RIGHT HERE.

In celebration of the album’s release, WHEN TIGERS FIGHT have booked two special performances, storming Chicago alongside The Killer and Dearborn with Ensign this week.

WHEN TIGERS FIGHT Record Release Shows:
4/27/2012 Cobra Lounge – Chicago, IL w/ The Killer
4/28/2012 Refuge Skateboard Shop – Dearborn, MI w/ Ensign

Combining elements of melodic post-youth crew anthems with irate, metallic riffs, East Coast hardcore unit WHEN TIGERS FIGHT was founded by Mike McTernan of Damnation A.D. and Jonathan Dennison of Another Victim, Unholy, Santa Sangre, The Path Of Resistance and The Promise. Death Songs was recorded with Jocko at More Sound Studios in Syracuse, and bears cover art by Jon MacNair, known for his work on labelmates Harm’s Way’s last full length, Isolation.

Death Songs will see release on May 1st via Closed Casket Activities, the label responsible for previously co-released the vinyl version of the band’s debut LP Ghost Story through Indecision Records. Preorders are available HERE.