Frank Turner's hardcore band Mongol Horde to release debut album next week Get Tickets

The band are rush releasing their first LP

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Frank Turner's hardcore band Mongol Horde will release their debut album next week.

'Mongol Horde' will come out on May 26 through Xtra Mile Recordings and feature the songs 'Casual Threats From Weekend Hardmen', 'How The Communists Ruined Christmas', 'Blistering Blue Barnacles' and 'Make Way', which you can listen to by clicking below. The band will be playing this summer's Reading and Leeds Festivals, on the Lock Up stage.

Turner launched the band in August 2012 with gigs in London and Leeds as well as at Reading and Leeds Festivals. The band also features Turner's former Million Dead bandmate Ben Dawson and Matt Nasir, who is a member of the singer's current backing band The Sleeping Souls. The band recorded the album at the Amazing Grace Studios in London.

The 'Mongol Horde' tracklisting is:

'Make Way'
'Weighed And Found Wanting'
'Tapeworm Uprising'
'Casual Threats From Weekend Hardmen'
'Staff To The Refund Counter'
'The Yurt Locker'
'Stillborn Unicorn'
'Winky Face: The Mark Of A Moron'
'Weak Handshake'
'Your Problem'
'How The Communists Ruined Christmas'
'Blistering Blue Barnacles'
'Hey Judas'

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