FILTER-Approved DUALESC Set Release Date For Debut Full-Length

Portland, Oregon's DUALESC have set May 28th as the release date for their upcoming debut full-length CD, entitled Through The Floods, Not With Them, which will include a four-song recording produced by FILTER mainman Richard Patrick and engineer Rae Dileo at their Abyssinian Sons Studios last February. The group are planning on returning to the studio in late March to record six new songs, which will be combined with the above-mentioned material to make up the new CD, to be released through Rise Records. The full track listing for Through The Floods, Not With Them is as follows:

01. Pour Over
02. Virginity Plea
03. Belief
04. Green & Gray
05. Landscape
06. Rotary, Repetition
07. Subtle
08. Armistice
09. Cita
10. Rows


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