Killswitch Engage And The Fight For Relief

Killswitch Engage And The Fight For Relief

Killswitch Engage recently dropped a new album called Atonement. The album is a nice collection of 11 songs released on August 8th, 2019. As we know with all albums there are songs that just don’t make the cut. In this current climate, we have a unique opportunity to provide relief and get our hands on a B-Side.

Atonement II B-Side For Charity

With this new B-Side, 100% of the proceeds will be going to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s COVID-19 relief fund. We are getting a total of six songs that were previously recorded for the Atonement album. The new B-Side goes live May 8th on all music services. Right now you can listen on Bandcamp.

Choosing which songs make an album remains a tough process for me. While the songs that made the most sense appear on the album, I’m still attached to every song I write. So, when the idea came up to put these B-Sides out and donate funds to a charity, I was relieved at the idea and the band unanimously agreed to the cause. I am proud these songs get to see a release, and to help others in the process is a huge bonus.

Jesse Leach, Killswitch Engage Lead Vocalist

1. To The Great Beyond
2. Hollow Convictions
3. Killing of Leviathan
4. No Devotion
5. I Feel Alive Again
6. Prophets of Treason

Did you enjoy Atonement? What do you guys think of the B-Side tracks? Let us know in the comments below or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPop!

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