Lagwagon reveal tracklist for new album “Hang”

California punk veterans Lagwagon have revealed the tracklist for their long-awaited new album Hang. Check it out below, and give the teaser they put up yesterday a listen while you’re at it!

Hang is set to be released on October 28th through Fat Wreck Chords. It will be the band’s first full-length in nearly a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2005’s Resolve.

Tracklist:

1. Burden of Proof
2. Reign
3. Made of Broken Parts
4. The Cog in the Machine
5. Poison in the Well
6. Obsolete Absolute
7. Western Settlements
8. Burning Out in Style
9. One More Song
10. Drag
11. You Know Me
12. In Your Wake


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12 Comments

  1. bob9746
    bob97469/5/2014 9:06 AM | Permalink

    Interpunk quotes
    “Infrequently does a work of art or a performance embody the true culculmination of a career, life of experience, or body of work. LAGWAGON’s latest offering Hang achieves just that. While most veteran bands coast into the finish line echoing a familiar cadence, hemmed in by the parameters of the sound they’ve defined, LAGWAGON are just now realizing their full potential and picking up speed at the end of the race. As a band that has been heavily influential on modern punk, LAGWAGON’s existing resume is beyond reproach, yet Hang outshines all past exploits by utilizing every bit of their hard-earned experience, musicianship, and song writing savvy.
    Musically it’s a concoction of Hoss, Trashed, and Blaze, seasoned with Duh’s metallic overtones and Let’s Talk About Feelings’ strong sense of melody, and finished off with a progressive character as yet unseen on any previous release.
    Lyrically it’s a stunningly substantive commentary on the modern world, written through the lens of a lifetime of visceral experience. Hang is the perfect balance of music and meaning; massive riffs playing off of unforgettable hooks and classic melody, all bound by a stirring tone and message.
    Casual and dedicated LAGWAGON fans will be blown away by what Hang accomplishes, but it transcends merely appealing to existing devotees. Hang will be reflected on as a quintessential and genre-defining opus.”

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