Monday, November 24, 2014

THE AMSTERDAM RED LIGHT DISTRICT Streams New Album “Gone For A While” in Full – Coming November 26th via Red-Light Records
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Lyon, France’s THE AMSTERDAM RED LIGHT DISTRICT (aka TARLD) will release their brand new record, Gone For A While, on November 26th via Red-Light Records. In celebration of the release next week, is streaming the entire record until the 26th! Take a listen and make sure to pre-order the Gone For A While digital album here, the physical album here, and the ‘Gone For A While’ single here via iTunes.
See & Hear More from TARLD!
Stream the track ‘Time Flies’ via Revolver Magazine:
Watch fun behind-the-scenes videos via YouTube page here:
Watch TARLD’s new music video for ‘Gone For A While’ here:

Gone For A While Tracklisting:
1. Time flies
2. Just Have A Good Time
3. Million Miles Away
4. A Chance To Change
5. Final Boarding Call
6. Gone For A While
7. Behind Your Sunglasses
8. These Kids That Your Parents Warned You About
9. Come Closer
10. Set The World On Fire
11. Waiting For So Long (feat. Justin Schlosberg from Hell Is For Heroes)
With guest vocals on their debut record from James Munoz, (The Bled), their sophomore also hosts another friendly name that we all joyously welcome, with Justin Schlosberg from Hell Is For Heroes appearing on one of the tracks, ‘Waiting For So Long’, who is a great friend of the band!
TARLD’s sound has been nurtured from the roots of bands that the band have listed to since their youth – such as Refused, The Bronx, Letlive and The Ghost Of A Thousand. They pride themselves on their live show particularly, having been part of tours throughout Europe with bands such as Comeback Kid, Slayer, Anti-Flag and Refused.
TARLD have found a home in between punk and hardcore, where vocalist Elio’s gritty screams coupled with blood curdling riffs pummel perfectly into the soaring melodies and catchy choruses - carrying this band into a spectrum of audiences.
Vocals: Elio
Guitar/Back Vocals: Maxxx
Bass (Guitar): Greg
Drums: Chan
For more information on TARLD, please visit:

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