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Titus Andronicus will release their sixth album ‘An Obelisk’ in June

The record is billed as “a kind of companion piece” to last year’s full-length.
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Published: 2:09 pm, April 03, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Titus Andronicus will release their sixth album ‘An Obelisk’ in June

Titus Andronicus have announced their sixth album, ‘An Obelisk’.

Out on 21st June via Merge, it was recorded over six days at Steve Albini’s Electrical Audio studio in Chicago, and comes preceded by the single ‘(I Blame) Society’.

The record is billed as “a kind of companion piece” to last year’s full-length, ‘A Productive Cough’. ”If A Productive Cough left listeners wondering what happened to all the fast songs,” reads the blurb, “An Obelisk offers an answer — they are here.”

The full track listing reads:

1. Just Like Ringing A Bell
2. Troubleman Unlimited
3. (I Blame) Society
4. My Body And Me
5. Hey Ma
6. Beneath The Boot
7. On The Street
8. Within The Gravitron
9. The Lion Inside
10. Tumult Around The World

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