Funeral For A Friend are set to release a new nine track EP which will serve as an expansion to their ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’ album, released earlier this year. Titled ‘See You All In Hell’, this collection of tracks will include one brand new song ‘High Castles’ as well as a selection of live, acoustic and cover songs. It will be released digitally and on CD on 7th November. The release will also coincide with a vinyl edition of ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’ which will include a CD insert of ‘See You All In Hell’.
The band say of the release – “We wanted to release something special as an add-on to ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’ and we’ve got some different versions of tracks from the record on there in the form of live, acoustic and a remix byour friend LoveGadgetsHateGizmos. It was a lot of fun to throw in a Strife cover as we’ve all grown up as massive fans of that band. We were really eager to get back into the studio and write the follow up to ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’ and I think ‘High Castles’ is good indication of where we’ll be taking things on the next record”.
To top off their already brilliant 2011, Funeral For a Friend will be hitting the road in October for a run of headline dates with support from
Escape The Fate, The Amity Affliction, The Bunny The Bear and Straight Lines. FFAF have also been shortlisted for the Inaugural Welsh Music Prize alongside such acts as The Joy Formidable, Manic Street Preachers and The Blackout.
See You All In Hell’s tracklisting:
1. High Castles (New original track)
2. Will To Die (Strife cover)
3. Medicated (LoveGadgetsHateGizmos remix)
4. Sixteen (live at XFM)
5. Broken Foundation (live at XFM)
6. Man Alive (live at XFM)
7. Front Row Seats To The End Of The World (live at XFM)
8. Old Hymns (acoustic)
9. Welcome Home Armageddon (acoustic)
Sun 23rd Oct Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton
Mon 24th Oct Queen Margaret Union (QMU), Glasgow
Tue 25th Oct O2 Academy, Newcastle
Thu 27th Oct Rock City, Nottingham
Fri 28th Oct Academy 1, Manchester
Sat 29th Oct O2 Academy, Bristol
Sun 30th Oct Roundhouse, London