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AMP Magazine has presented the exclusive premiere of Ghostlimb’s cover of Hot Water Music’s “Southeast First.” You can stream Ghostlimb’s version of “Southeast First” at this location.

The song appears on “Confluence,” the new Ghostlimb album, due out July 10th on Vitriol Records. “Confluence” is the band’s fourth full-length and the second in a trilogy-in-progress. Pre-orders are available here and the track listing is as follows:

1. Confluence
2. Margins
3. Sunlight
4. Canidae
5. Infrastructure
6. Bearing Witness
7. Ardor
8. Control
9. Exchange
10. Infinite Locality
11. Southeast First
12. Conquerors of the Useless

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Vitriol Records celebrates its third anniversary this summer and kicks off its fourth year with the release of Ghostlimb’s “Confluence,” hitting stores July 10. Ghostlimb features frontman Justin Smith, also founder of Vitriol Records and guitarist/vocalist of Graf Orlock.

Alternative Press has now posted an exclusive stream today of Ghostlimb’s “Margins,” a track off “Confluence.” Check out the song here.

“Confluence” is Ghostlimb’s fourth full-length album but the second in a trilogy-in-the-works which began with last year’s “Infrastructure” (reviewed here). Twelve songs in all, “Confluence” features a cover of Hot Water Music’s ode to the underground, “Southeast First.” The track listing is as follows:

1. Confluence
2. Margins
3. Sunlight
4. Canidae
5. Infrastructure
6. Bearing Witness
7. Ardor
8. Control
9. Exchange
10. Infinite Locality
11. Southeast First
12. Conquerors of the Useless

“Confluence” was recorded, mixed and mastered by frequent Ghostlimb/Graf Orlock collaborator (and Comadre guitarist) Jack Shirley at Atomic Garden Studios in East Palo Alto, CA, in March 2012. The cover features the same die-cut “G” insignia seen on the first installment of the trilogy, “Infrastructure.” Like much of the best Vitriol Records artwork, it was created by Adam Hunt. Pre-orders are available here.

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Gainesville, Florida-based post-hardcore act HOT WATER MUSIC has inked a deal with Rise Records.

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