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The Word Alive Plans Album Release Show: Hear the First Single, "Epiphany"

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If you head over to the MySpace page for Phoeenix sceamo act The Word Alive you'll see a nifty counter displaying a countdown to the release of the band's new record, Deceiver, currently at seven days and change.

The Fearless-signed band, which celebrates the release with a show at Mesa's Nile Theatre on August 28, is really building up the hype for the release and the subsequent two-month national tour.

Want a preview of the record? We've got a stream-able version of the first single, "Epiphany," below.

Oh, and here's a link to the feature we ran on the band last year.
Epiphany by FearlessRecords

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