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Tempe's Eyes Set to Kill to Release New Album in June

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Tempe hardcore act Eyes Set to Kill are back with a new disc. The band, who is signed with California-based BreakSilence recordings, will release their sophomore effort "The World Outside" on June 2.

The group have spent a lot of time on the road since releasing their debut album last year and made an impression on the Billboard charts. Their song "Reach" debuted at No. 29 on Billboard's Heatseekers Chart and No. 77 on the Independent Music charts. And ESTK were featured in a feature last year in Revolver magazine.

While the group doesn't have any local shows planned, according to their MySpace page, they do have a gig slated at The Rock in Tucson on June 20 as part of The New Nu Metal Tour alongside Sky Eats Airplane, In Fear and Faith and The Word A.

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