Twelve tracks of hard hitting, anthemic hardcore. The album was recorded and mixed at Jet To Mars Studio by Nick Jett (TERROR), mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (INTEGRITY, JESUS PIECE, GOD'S HATE), cover art and design by Jeremy Dean, and features a guest appearance from Jason Mazzola (COUNT ME OUT) on "Left With Nothing" and John Eightclip (ALLEGIANCE) on "Still Holding On."
Only Truth Wins
Still Holding On
When Might Makes Right
Out Of Darkness
Turn It Around
Break The Chain
A Better Way
Left With Nothing
With This Regret
Vinyl release of Berthold City - When Words Are Not Enough. Released through WAR and available on LP.
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