The first single from Misadventures will be "Texas is Forever," a punk-flavored song that goes back to the band's roots, and, according to the band, is a song that begs to be played live. It also happens to be the fastest song they've ever written. "Texas is Forever" will be released on March 24.
For Misadventures, the band - Vic Fuentes/vocals, guitar, Tony Perry/guitar, Jaime Preciado/bass, and Mike Fuentes/drums - worked again with Dan Korneff who co-produced Collide and recorded at his Long Island studio Sonic Debris on and off between Summer 2014 and Summer 2015.
Check out the band's video announcement here http://piercetheveil.net ; pre-order information for Misadventures will be announced shortly.
"It was exciting to do another record with Dan," said Vic. "We had gotten to know him really well on 'Collide,' so there wasn't that initial period where you're trying to get to know each other. We just dove in and started to make music right away."
The track listing for Misadventures is as follows:
Texas is Forever
The Divine Zero
Floral & Fading
Phantom Power and Ludicrous Speed
Today I Saw the Whole World
Gold Medal Ribbon
Song for Isabelle
The 11 songs on Misadventures find the band dealing with a variety of topics including self-worth and an individual's ability to shine, the dream of leaving everything behind while you run away with the one you truly love, the challenge of outrunning betrayal, an undefined relationship, and the horror of the 2015 Paris attacks told from a hypothesized point of view.