blessthefall reveals album art & track list for new album ‘Hollow Bodies’ – set for release August 20, 2013


blessthefall has unveiled the cover art, track list, and release date for their forthcoming new album Hollow Bodies, set for release on August 20, 2013.


“To say we’re excited about the release of our new record, Hollow Bodies, is an understatement,” notes lead singer Beau Bokan. “This is easily our greatest effort thus far. We have some awesome surprises on this record. Can’t wait for everyone to hear it!”
Noted as Alternative Press’ Most Anticipated album of 2013, the band’s third studio album was recorded with producer Joey Sturgis (Emmure, Crown The Empire, Of Mice & Men) and features guest vocals from Jake Luhrs of August Burns Red, Jesse Barnett of Stick To Your Guns, and electro-rock sensation Lights.



Hollow Bodies Track List:

1. Exodus

2. You Wear A Crown But You’re No King

3. Hollow Bodies

4. Déjà Vu

5. Buried In these Walls

6. See You On the Outside

7. Youngbloods (Ft. Jesse Barnett)

8. Standing On The Ashes

9. Carry On (Ft. Jake Luhrs)

10. The Sound Of Starting Over

11. Open Water (Ft. Lights)


The band is gearing up for their main stage slot on the entire Vans Warped Tour 2013, adding to an already impressive tour resume that includes runs with As I Lay Dying, Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet For My Valentine, Underoath, and August Burns Red.


ABOUT BLESSTHEFALL – Beau Bokan (lead vocals), Eric Lambert (guitar), Jared Warth (bass/vocals), Matt Traynor (drums), Elliott Gruenberg (guitar) – With the envious combination of finely-honed musicianship and an electrifying live show, blessthefall has been rapidly gaining fans across the globe. Having recent cover features with Outburn Magazine, and Alternative Press’ 2012 Warped Tour Issue, the Phoenix, AZ quintet have garnered press support from the likes of Kerrang! Magazine, Rock Sound, Guitar World, IGN, Noisecreep, among many others. Regarded among the most respected acts in the genre, blessthefall’s new album Hollow Bodies is the follow-up to Awakening, which debuted at #31 on the Billboard Top 200.