The Final Clause Of Tacitus Reveal Tracklisting & Artwork For New EP, First Single Announced

Following on from the announcement earlier this month of their brand new EP, Peace In Chaos (set for release on the 24th of February), The Final Clause Of Tacitus now have more information to share about their upcoming release. There’s also news of the first single from the EP.

Firstly, the band have released the full track listing for Peace In Chaos:

1) 7 Years
2) Give Them Blood
3) Without Resolve
4) Snake Town
5) Your Next Click
6) Hidden Patterns

In addition, the first official single from Peace In Chaos, Give Them Blood, will be released in just over a weeks time on the 27th of January. With its initial rallying cry of “You’re forced to take it” through to its addictive basslines and a chorus that instantly lends itself to audience participation for a live show, Give Them Blood is a great taste of what’s to come from Peace In Chaos.

Alongside the announcement of Peace In Chaos, The Final Clause Of Tacitus have put together an EP teaser to give the listening public a sneak peak of what is to come, and that can be heard here.

The Final Clause Of Tacitus have also recently been part of the United We Stand fundraising effort for the Team Rock staff who lost their jobs suddenly and without pay just before Christmas. For this fundraising effort The Final Clause Of Tacitus donated the track Without Resolve, making it the first place you can hear this brand new song from the Peace In Chaos EP.

Formed at the beginning of 2016, The Final Clause Of Tacitus is the union of four like minded people who got together through a desire to make a statement with their music. The latest band to emerge from the productive Reading metal scene of the last decade, the band proudly wear their influences such as Rage Against The Machine and Red Hot Chili Peppers on their sleeve, combining elements of multiple sounds into something fresh and relevant for 2017.

In the first 8 Months of gigging they have already started making a name for themselves with their explosive energetic performances, which saw them gaining support slots for such acts as ‘Crazytown’, ‘Electric 6’ and the ‘Kamikaze Test Pilots’, and also being invited to play the Skindred after party.

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