TEXAS IN JULY PARTNERS WITH REVOLVER MAGAZINE FOR STREAMING ALBUM PREMIERE

By on October 3, 2012

Ephrata, PA’s Texas In July has partnered with Revolver Magazine for the advance streaming debut of the band’s new full-length album, which officially comes out next Tuesday.
The self-titled album can be streamed in its entirety at RevolverMag.comand will be available in stores and online on October 9 via Equal Vision Records. Pre-orders are available through MerchNOW HEREand feature a wide variety of bundle options and exclusive items such as handwritten lyrics, signed CDs, lithograph posters, dog tags, t-shirts, hoodies, and more. All pre-order bundles also include an immediate download of the band’s single “Cry Wolf”.
“The entire time that we were writing and recording the album, we intended on giving it a title. But as time went on and the album progressed, and the more we began to hear that we were bringing the old Texas In July sound back, with the twist of adding in our new experimental and melodic elements, the more that faded,” the band reveals of their decision to self-title the album. “We are so proud of this record and couldn’t throw any title on it, just for the sake of it having a title. When I jam this record, I hear Texas In July.”
The explosive new album was recorded with Will Putney [For Today, Chiodos, Life Moths To Flames] at the Machine Shop Studios in Belleville, NJ. Frontman Alex Good, the band’s youngest member at just 20-years old, leads the pack, offering his most diverse and in-your-face vocal delivery to date on Texas In July. He’s impeccably backed by the band’s balanced blend of crushing breakdowns, ongoing onslaught of fast-paced, unforgettable riffs from duel guitarists Christian Royer and Chris Davis, driving bass grooves of Witkowski, and of course -the always admirable technical prowess of drummer Adam Gray.
Texas In July is the follow up to the metal quintet’s sophomore full-length album and Equal Vision Records debut, One Reality, which was released on April 26th, 2011. The album premiered at No. 3 on the Billboard New Artist/Heatseekers Chart and also placed on the Billboard 200, Rock, Independent, and Hard Rock charts. The album was recorded in Hadley, MA with producer Zeuss [Hatebreed, Shadows Fall]. 

In less than two years time, the band has already headlined three UK/European runs, toured Canada multiple times, crisscrossed the US countless times and even ventured to China, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, and (soon) Japan to headline shows. US tour highlights include the Motel 6 Rock Yourself To Sleep and I’m Alive tours – both with We Came As Romans, the 2011 Take Action Tour with Bayside and Silverstein, and the 2012 Leveler Tour with August Burns Red. Texas In July also recently completed their first major US headlining tour with support from Like Moths To Flames, The Air I Breathe, Hundredth and For All I Am. The band has also played at renowned music festivals around the world such as New England Metal and Hardcore Fest, Graspop Metal Meeting, Summerfest, Cornerstone Festival and The Bamboozle.
Texas In July will remain on the road through the end of the year, heading to Japan this week for Unionway Fest 2012, immediately followed by a full US tour with For Today this fall and a UK/European tour with Miss May I this winter. The album tracklisting and band’s upcoming tour dates can all be seen below. 

TRACKLISTING
1. Initiate
2. Cry Wolf
3. Shallow Point
4. Without a Head ft. Chadwick Johnson (Hundredth)
5. Bed of Nails
6. Repressed Memories
7. C4 ft. Dave Stephens (We Came As Romans)
8. Crux Lust
9. Paranoia
10. Black Magic
11. Cloudy Minds ft. Matt Greiner (August Burns Red) 


TOUR DATES
Japan – Unionway Fest 2012

Oct 06 Kobe, Japan @ Unionway Fest 2012
Oct 07 Nagoya, Japan @ Unionway Fest 2012
Oct 08 Tokyo, Japan @ Unionway Fest 2012

Unshakeable Tour
w/For Today, Impending Doom, Sleeping Giant (10/25-11/11), The Chariot (10/11-10/24), Texas In July, Hundredth

Oct 11 St Petersburg, FL @ The State Theatre
Oct 12 Orlando, FL @ H20 Live
Oct 13 Pompano Beach, FL @ Rocketown
Oct 14 Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Box
Oct 16 McAllen, TX @ Geo’s
Oct 17 Corpus Christi, TX @ House of Rock
Oct 18 Lubbock, TX @ Cactus Courtyard
Oct 19 El Paso, TX @ Open Gate Church*
Oct 21 Henderson, NV @ South Hills Church Community
Oct 23 Mesa, AZ @ 23 Nile Theatre
Oct 24 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
Oct 25 Oakland, CA @ Oakland Metro Operahouse
Oct 26 Boise, ID @ The Venue
Oct 27 Otis Orchards, WA @ The Kave
Oct 28 Seattle, WA @ Studio 7
Oct 29 Missoula, MT @ Elevate Church**
Oct 30 Salt Lake City, UT @ Salt Lake Foursquare Church
Oct 31 Denver, CO @ The Marquis Theatre
Nov 01 Omaha, NE @ Sokol Underground
Nov 02 Bloomington, IL @ The Castle Theatre
Nov 03 Kettering , OH @ The Attic Club
Nov 04 Lansing, MI @ The Loft
Nov 05 Portage, IN @ Camelot Arena***
Nov 06 Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
Nov 07 Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall
Nov 08 Danbury, CT @ Tuxedo Junction
Nov 09 Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
Nov 10 Columbia, MD @ Genxaret
Nov 11 Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street

*w/ Texas In July, Impending Doom, The Chariot only
**w/ Texas In July, Impending Doom only
***w/Texas In July, Impending Doom, Hundredth only
Miss May I w/Texas in July, Heart in Hand 

Dec 01 Glasgow, UK @ Classic Grand
Dec 02 Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy 2
Dec 03 Portsmouth, UK @ Wedgewood Rooms
Dec 04 Leeds, UK @ The Cockpit
Dec 05 Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
Dec 06 London, UK @ Garage
Dec 07 Cardiff, UK @ Great Hall
Dec 08 Brussels, BEL @ Magasin 4
Dec 09 Eindhoven, NLD @ Klokgebouw
Dec 11 Cologne, GER @ Underground
Dec 12 Hamburg, GER @ Logo
Dec 13 Malmo, SWE @ Debaser Malmö
Dec 14 Stockholm, SWE @ Klubben
Dec 15 Goteborg, SWE @ Sticky Fingers
Dec 17 Berlin, GER @ Magnet
Dec 18 Munich, GER @ Backstage
Dec 19 Bezirk Simmering, AUT @ Szene Vienna
Dec 20 Zurich, CHE @ Abart Club

Texas In July w/Horizons

Dec 27 Wilmington, DE @ Harmony Grange
Dec 29 Allentown, PA @ Planet Trog
Dec 30 Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz 



DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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