September 4, 2012 15:57

Billy Talent stream new album 'Dead Silence' online in full - listen

The band's fourth album is formally released on Monday (September 10)

Billy Talent stream new album 'Dead Silence' online in full - listen

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Billy Talent are streaming their brand new album 'Dead Silence' online in full, scroll down to the bottom of the page to listen to it.

The is the Canadian band's fourth effort as Billy Talent and the fifth of their career to date. It will be released on Monday (September 10) and has been produced by the band's guitarist Ian D'Sa [pictured right].

The record is the band's first album not to be self-titled, after they simply titled their previous efforts 'Billy Talent', 'Billy Talent II' and 'Billy Talent III'. They released their 1999 debut album 'Watoosh!' under the band name Pezz

Billy Talent will play a full UK tour in support of the album later this year. The Canadian punks will play 11 shows on the trek, which takes place in November.

The tour begins at Manchester Academy on November 6 and runs until November 19 when the band play Bristol's O2 Academy. The run also includes gigs in Norwich, Nottingham, Birmingham, London, Newcastle, Portsmouth, Cardiff, Glasgow and Leeds.

Billy Talent will play:

Manchester Academy (November 6)
Norwich UEA (7)
Nottingham Rock City (8)
Birmingham HMV Institute (10)
London Roundhouse (11)
O2 Academy Newcastle (13)
O2 ABC Glasgow (14)
Portsmouth Pyramids (16)
O2 Academy Leeds (17)
Cardiff University (18)
O2 Academy Bristol (19)



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