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Listen: Killswitch Engage New Track ‘In Due Time’

Written by Marc Zanotti on January 31, 2013

Killswitch Engage have uploaded their new single, In Due Time, taken from their upcoming sixth studio album Disarm the Descent (cover art pictured above), due out in April. According to their record label, Roadrunner Records, In Due Time will become available for purchase from 5th February.

In Due Time is the first proper taste of Disarm the Descent. Last November a new song titled No End in Sight leaked online but Killswitch Engage said the song was not a fair representation of the overall sound of the new album.

If In Due Time is a more accurate portrayal of Disarm the Descent then fans can rest assured that Killswitch Engage are back to their roaring, soaring, hard-hittin’, headbang-inducing best. Disarm the Descent will be the first album from Killswitch Engage since the return of former vocalist Jesse Leach.

Listen: Killswitch Engage – In Due Time

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