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 The Colour Line drop new song to celebrate signing to Basick Records and release of their debut album

The Colour Line 2015

Hull hardcore quintet The Colour Line have joined their former Destroy Everything brothers Murdock in jumping ship to sister label Basick Records.

We were keeping our beady eyes on them all of last year, and much like Murdock, their new album failed to materialise. We were distraught. Heartbroken. But all is forgiven, as we now have confirmation of said album, the appropriately titled The Long Awaited Seal Of Disapproval.

By way of re-introduction, the band have dropped a new song – complete with video – called “The Streisand Effect“. Have a butchers:

With hints of Psyopus and The Dillinger Escape Plan, it’s a good representation of what the band are about, as show on their DIY Riff City EP. Most of all, the band are known for their wild live shows. We wrote about one last year, but in general they are wild and chaotic that only bands live the aforementioned DEP and Baby Godzilla can top. You come with teeth and brain cells, but may not leave with both (or either) in tact.

If you like what you hear (a given, hopefully) you can download “The Streisand Effect” for free from Basick here.

The Long Awaited Seal Of Disapproval will see release in summer 2015. The Colour Line are on tour from the end of next week supporting Bad Sign with Sworn To Oath, hitting the following stops:

Mar 20th @ The Frog, Worksop
Mar 22th @ Lounge 41, Workington
Mar 24th @ Downstairs, Aberdeen
Mar 25th @ Broadcast, Glasgow
Mar 26th @ Bunker 13, Stoke On Trent
Mar 27th @ The Black Heart, Camden

They’re also scheduled to play the Glasgow UK Tech Fest all-dayer on May 29th, the main event in July, and Hevy Fest in August. Busy busy!