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The Amity Affliction Announce New Album, Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them

Watch The Amity Affliction’s new video for Soak Me In Bleach, taken from their forthcoming seventh studio album.

Aussie quartet The Amity Affliction have just announced details of their brand-new album, Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them.

The record is the metalcore mob’s debut on label Pure Noise, and will be available as soon as February 21 this year. Speaking of the release, the band say: “This album is a result of our re-found love for heavy music. We wanted to make a heavier album to back up our most recent releases to let our fans know that we understand what the majority want to hear from us. We have experimented creatively over the years and are now able to apply what we’ve learnt to what we consider the perfect blend of Amity new and old.”

Sounds pretty damn excellent to us.

To coincide with the announcement of Everybody Loves You…, Amity have also dropped a new video for Soak Me In Bleach, which follows lead single All My Friends Are Dead.

Check it out below:

Read this next: The Amity Affliction’s Ahren Stringer: The 10 songs that changed my life

The haunting artwork for Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them looks like this:

Amity Affliction Everybody Loves You Cover

Catch The Amity Affliction on tour with Beartooth in the UK next month:


24 Bristol O2 Academy
25 Glasgow SWG3
26 Nottingham Rock City
28 Manchester Academy
29 London Roundhouse

Get your tickets now.

Read this next: How we wrote Pittsburgh, by The Amity Affliction’s Ahren Stringer

Posted on January 9th 2020, 10:24am
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