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Wolves At The Gate Releases New Digital EP

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The Following is an Official Press Statement from Solid State Records.
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Wolves At The Gate to release “Back To School”, a digital EP, set to drop on Sept. 30th. The EP sees Wolves paying homage and “schooling” a new generation on keystone bands such as Thrice, Thursday, Blindside and The Receiving End of Sirens with their own take on these fan-favorite tracks.

Track List:
1) Deadbolt (originally by Thrice)
2) Understanding In A Car Crash (originally by Thursday)
3) Sleepwalking (originally by Blindside)
4) Planning a Prison Break (originally by The Receiving End of Sirens)

In addition to Back To School, WATG will make sure fans are ready for the fall with an appearance on the Rise Up tour – a monthlong, 28-city run – supporting A SKYLIT DRIVE alongside I THE MIGHTY, FOR ALL THOSE SLEEPING and PVRIS.

Check out all the Rise Up Tour dates here!

Named one of Alternative Press’s “100 Bands To Know” in 2012, WOLVES AT THE GATE have been relentlessly touring in support of their debut full-length, Captors. Released in 2012, Captors sees the band not only living up to but surpassing the huge potential recognized early on by critics and fans alike with explosive songwriting that careens from brooding melodic hard rock to unabashedly heavy hardcore stomps.
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