Time Again Releases 2nd Album in February on Hell-Cat

DIY punk group Time Again will release their second studio album, Darker Days, on February 19th via Hellcat Records. A follow-up to their debut, The Stories Are True, the new album erupts with emotional suspense and angst driven intensity for one of the best street punk records of 2008.

Produced by Mike Green (Paramore, The Matches), Darker Days wastes no time in a rip-roaring thirty-two minute set of blazing pop infused punk. Brandishing an arsenal of soaring guitars and hook filled vocals, Time Again charge forward on their sophomore album with a sense of intense urgency conveying messages of defiance, anguish and optimism.

Easily accessible and to the point, Darker Days kicks off with a non-stop barrage of punk rock mayhem that includes the brutally honest opening track, “Day Like This,” and the wildly infectious anthem “Soon It Will Be.”

“I finally feel like we made a record that totally captures who we are and what we stand for,” says vocalist Daniel Dart. “I’ve been waiting my whole life to make a record like Darker Days. It is everything we are as a band and as a family.”

Spending much of 2006 and 2007 touring with Social Distortion, Rancid, Tiger Army and The Casualties among others, the band is ready to pull the trigger on their new album and get back on the road. Stay tuned for dates near you!

Darker Days Tracklisting:
Day Like This
Soon It Will Be
One Way Or Another
Lines Are Faded
Darker Days
Lucky
Montreal (Street Kids)
Lookin’ Back
Movin’ On
You’re Goin’ Down
TvStatic
Shell Casings
Gonna Get Mine
Outcast

For More Information:
www.Hell-Cat.com

www.Myspace.com/TimeAgain

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