The band’s self-titled album is out November 5.
The furious new track also features on the band's forthcoming self-titled album, out on Spinefarm on October 22.
The ferocious new track also features on the band's new, self-titled album, set for release on October 22.
Described as their "fiercest, heaviest" record yet, the new album will be out on Spinfarm/Search & Destroy on October 22.
The event will see 10,000 music fans descending on the UK's Donington Park from June 18-20, with "moshing allowed".
Mead is the oldest recorded alcoholic drink and is surrounded by myth and legend - a drink of warriors and poets with acclaimed mystical properties.
The song also features on the band's widely-acclaimed album, 'Gravity', released through Search And Destroy in June 2018.
Glassjaw, Turnstile, Simple Plan, The Menzingers and more have also been announced for the 2019 festival bill.
The band are also releasing a digital deluxe version of current studio album, 'Gravity', on 26 October.
In support of their new album, the band are gigging with Bullet For My Valentine and Hawthorne Heights.
The nautical extravaganza will also feature performances from Suicidal Tendencies, Sevendust and many more.
The new album was released available digitally and physically, on June 29th via Search & Destroy/ Spinefarm Records.
The new song is taken from the band's forthcoming album, 'Gravity', set for release on 29 June.
The new song features on the band's new album 'Gravity', released through Search & Destroy on 29 June.
Papa Roach, Avenged Sevenfold and Limp Bizkit are set to headline the annual Rock Allegiance event, which this year takes place in Camden, New Jersey.