It’s going to be a year since the remaining members of the now-defunct Lostprophets and Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly revealed they had joined forces and created a new band.
Now, almost a year after that announcement was made, No Devotion have officially confirmed the release of their long-awaited debut record for later this year. Since their inception, the band has released a couple of tracks and a singles boxset featuring those songs.
The debut album will be titled Permanence and is slated to be released on Sept. 25 through Rickly’s own record label, Collect Records.
In addition to the title of the record as well as its release date, the band have also revealed the complete track list and a teaser for the album which feature a snippet of a new song titled “Death Rattle.”
Watch the teaser here.
Permanence will feature 11 tracks, three of which had been previously released (“Eyeshadow,” “10,000 Summers,” and”Stay”).
The complete track list for Permanence can be seen below.
PERMANENCE TRACK LIST:
02. “Permanent Sunlight”
04. “Why Can’t I Be With You?”
05. “I Wanna Be Your God”
06. “Death Rattle”
07. “10,000 Summers”
08. “Night Drive”
If you follow one of the many bands that we do on Twitter, then yesterday (and today) you probably saw many of them congratulating Joel and Benji Madden on the release of their debut album as The Madden Brothers.
Over the past few months, the duo have been releasing tracks from the record, Greetings from California. Songs released to date included lead single, “We Are Done” as well as “Dear Jane,” “California Rain,” and most recently, “Out of My Mind.”
Greetings from California was officially released yesterday (Sept. 12) through Capitol Records, which would explain all the congratulations the brothers got from their band friends.
In honor of the release date, the former Good Charlotte dudes gave fans the chance to listen to the album in full, for free, on Spotify. You can head on over to the music streaming site now or just click the play button on the widget below.
Enjoy and let us know what you think about the direction they have gone in.