INTO THE FLOOD: New Song Available For Streaming

"Sacrificing The Worm", a brand new track from the Seattle metal quintet INTO THE FLOOD, can be streamed below. The song is taken from the band's debut album, "Vices", which will be released on June 11 via Century Media Records.

The track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Vices
02. The Destroyer
03. David Scheinost
04. Sacrificing The Worm
05. Mirrors
06. Regret
07. Disconnected
08. 21:4
09. Sufferer
10. Your Judgment Is What Condemns You
11. Faitheater
12. Eye For An Eye
13. By Way Of The Snake

The band lyric video for the song "Your Judgment Is What Condemns You" can be seen below.

INTO THE FLOOD will take part in the "Till Death Tour". Sponsored by New Noise magazine, the trek will primarily hit the West Coast, and will also feature LORDS OF WAR and THE WRATH OF VESUVIUS.


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