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Die! Die! Die! have announced their new EP, 'O'

It's their first release with bassist Lachlan Anderson since 2011.
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Published: 10:30 am, July 23, 2019
Die! Die! Die! have announced their new EP, 'O'

New Zealand punks Die! Die! Die! have announced their new EP.

Titled ‘O’, the record is due on 16th August and marks their first release with bassist Lachlan Anderson since ‘Harmony’ in 2011.

“The band got back together with this current line up in early 2018 to play some shows and we were excited about playing,” Lachlan explains. “We really wanted to capture that first moment of being reunited after so many years and 'O' is a result of that. We recorded it one afternoon early 2019, we didn’t give ourselves time to dwell or mess around with it. We also only released fifty physical copies of a Peter king lathe cut vinyl.”

Recorded by Nick Abbott and mastered by Mikey Young, the four-track onslaught is available to pre-order here. Check out lead cut ‘Casualties of Decades’ below.

Catch Die! Die! Die! on tour:

OCTOBER
03 Toff in Town - Melbourne
04 Oh Jean Rec. - Melbourne
05 Vic on the Park - Sydney
06 Yours and Owls Fest. - Wollongong

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