The Flatliners Speak 'Dead Language' on New Album

The Flatliners Speak 'Dead Language' on New Album
Last year, Toronto punks the Flatliners celebrated their 10th anniversary with a tour, and now they're kicking off their second decade with a new album. Dead Language is out on September 17 through New Damage Records in Canada.

The album was produced by longtime studio collaborator Steve Rizun. The results are said to feature more of the meaty guitars and big choruses for which the band is known, and a press release describes it as "the band's most personal and invigorating record to date."

This is the Flatliners' fourth full-length album. It follows 2010's Cavalcade.

In the months leading up to the album release, the Flatliners will hit the road for a scattering of Canada shows. See the schedule below.

Tour dates:

6/13 Toronto, ON - Yonge and Dundas Square *
6/14-15 Montebello, QC - Amnesia Rockfest
6/26 Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre
6/28 Edmonton, AB - Ritchie Hall ^
6/29 Calgary, AB - Republik ^
6/30 Regina, SK - The Exchange ^
7/2 Winnipeg, MB - WECC ^
8/31 Lavaltrie, QC - Pouzza Pelouza

* with Social Distortion
^ with Wilhelm Scream, Such Gold