The Safety Fire Streaming Sophomore LP For Free Ahead Of Album’s Release

Courtesy;  Inside Out Music

Courtesy; Inside Out Music

UK based five-piece prog-rock band The Safety Fire will release its sophomore album next month.  The band’s new album, Mouth of Swords, is scheduled to be released overseas next Monday, September 2nd.  Pre-orders for the album’s U.S. release can be made now for the album, which was self-produced by the band’s guitarist Derya “Dez” Nagle.  It follows up the band’s 2012 debut release, Grind The Ocean.

The band is offering audiences a special treat to build excitement for its sophomore release.  It can be streamed in its entirety online at YouTube at The complete track listing for the album is available below.

Mouth of Swords

Glass Crush


Beware The Leopard (Jagwar)

Red Hatchet

Wise Hands

The Ghosts That Wait For Spring

I Am Time, The Destroyer

Old Souls


In coordination with the upcoming release of the album, the band will also join North Carolina based prog-metal band, Between The Buried and Me, later in September as it tours in support of its new album, The Parallax II: Future Sequence.  In the meantime, The Safety Fire is touring overseas.  It will be at The Garage in London on Wednesday, September 4th.  The most current list of the band’s tour dates is available on its official Facebook page,  More updates and news from the band is also available on its official website, and via Twitter at

Courtesy:  InsideOut Music

Courtesy: InsideOut Music

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