Run, Forever Joins Solidarity Recordings

Pittsburgh indie-punk-folk trio Run, Forever has teamed up with Solidarity Recordings (imadethismistake, The Methadones, The Honor System) to reissue its debut full-length, The Devil, And Death, And Me.
Originally self-released by the Pennsylvania band in July of 2010, Solidarity is now taking pre-orders for the label-issued CD, which will see an official street date of December 21st. To grab your copy, go here or pick one up directly from the band at shows.
Front to back, The Devil, And Death, And Me is rousing, heartfelt collection of songs that touches on issues such as the corruption of organized religion, politics and most prominently, the struggle to overcome the tragic loss of former band mate Corey James Wolfram. From fist-pumping, sing-along punk anthems to more intimate acoustic numbers, Run, Forever explores the mystery of death through both the darker and more optimistic parts of its cycle without ever straying from writing wholly engaging, undeniably catchy tunes.
Case in point, album opener, the rollicking, infectious "A Sequence Of Sad Events," is a testimony to the band's friendship with Wolfram as well as the disbelieve and hardship of loosing someone you love. To download the song for free, go here.