August 30, 2011 10:31

Gallows offer first song with Wade MacNeil as free download – audio

Ex-Alexisonfire man makes his debut with the band on 'True Colours'

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Gallows have posted their first material with new frontman Wade MacNeil online for free download.

The track, which is available for download at Musicglue.net/Gallows, is the band's first recorded offering since Frank Carter left the band and MacNeil took over on leads vocals. Clocking in at just 37 seconds long, it is far heavier than anything from either of Gallows' studio albums. You can also hear the track by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

MacNeil, who was previously lead guitarist in Canadian hardcore band Alexisonfire, is currently recording his first album with the Watford punks, which will be their third LP overall. They tour the US in September.

Gallows play their first UK show with MacNeil on vocals later this year. The band will headline London's XOYO on December 13.




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