Faceless Culture on the European Destruction Tour with our friends at City X and League of Nations! Y’all tune in every Friday on twitch to catch FC live perform a different Setlist every weekend. And catch an exclusive live performance of all 3 bands at a later date!
GENRE: METALCORE / POST-HARDCORE
1. My Addiction is You
A B-Side release from the band League of Nation as a hold-over for fans of the band waiting on more material. Tell 'em whatcha think!
1. Plain Front - The Worst Ska Song (Fuck Cade)
2. Plain Front - Canadian Idiot
3. League of Nations - Destiny is Calling My Name
4. League of Nations - Breakaway
Sebastian Lukens from Plain Front and Wyatt from League of Nations team up to give you this awesome 4-song EP with a mix of genres fans will enjoy!
Randy (POM Records): League of Nations recently joined POM Records and released their 8 track EP, how's it feel?
League of Nations: It always feels good to release music. There's no denying that. This release is special to us, as it got us signed to POM Records, and we truly couldn't be happier about it.
Randy: Worlds Collide sales are rolling in and it seems like people are really digging it. Did you think it would be so popular?
League of Nations: We thought it would sell decently well, though we weren't expecting it to become the most sold album of 2023 so far. It has been selling like wildfire and no one expected it at all. I remember I told Nigel about the stats and he freaked out like "Holy shit! We blew up!" We're glad everyone likes Worlds Collide, and it gives us confidence for the future.
Randy: What was the song writing process like, which song was the favorite or hardest?
League of Nations: Umm... the writing process was actually fairly quick. I was able to contact my old bandmates and ask them for a couple songs we wrote, those songs being Worlds Collide and Fire in the Sky, and they gave the songs to us. My personal favorite song on the album is Third Degree, and the hardest song to make had to have been Mission Statement. Overall, we enjoyed the process. Believe it or not, City X was monumental in getting our album together, and we thank them for helping us get our start.
Randy: Will the band be touring?
League of Nations: We don't have a tour planned yet, though that may change soon.
Randy: Any music videos coming out?
League of Nations: Hopefully if we know how fricking make them. We were planning on music videos for Knife Through the Spine and Third Degree, we just haven't found anyone to help get those done yet.
Randy: What's next for the band?
League of Nations: No one can predict the future, so we don't really know what's next. We're enjoying living in the here and now, but based off the popularity of Worlds Collide, we're excited to see what's to come.
Congrats to the newly signed band! We think it's a good sign about our choice for signing them. Hopefully fans look forward to more!
1. Worlds Collide
2. Knife Through the Spine
3. Fire in the Sky
4. Reduced to Rubble
5. Third Degree
6. Mission Statement
7. Dog Eat Dog
8. 79TEN (Nik Nocturnal cover)
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