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Devil’s Got You Dreamin’ is the newest album from hard rock band, Through Fire. Coming off the success of their previous releases through Sumerian Records (2019’s All Animal and 2016’s critically acclaimed Breathe), the Omaha-based quartet have shown consistent evolution reshaping their hard rock sound with electronic flourishes and airtight songcraft. From songs like “Karma Kills,” “Lose It,” and “Devolution,” Through Fire have proven their “no rules” state of mind continues to break boundaries in music.

Devil’s Got You Dreamin’ is the newest album from hard rock band, Through Fire. Coming off the success of their previous releases through Sumerian Records (2019’s All Animal and 2016’s critically acclaimed Breathe), the Omaha-based quartet have shown consistent evolution reshaping their hard rock sound with electronic flourishes and airtight songcraft. From songs like “Karma Kills,” “Lose It,” and “Devolution,” Through Fire have proven their “no rules” state of mind continues to break boundaries in music.

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Devil's Got You Dreamin' [Limited Edition Royal Blue/Ultra Clear Galaxy LP]
Artist: Through Fire
Format: Vinyl
New: In-stock at distributor, not currently in-stock at Pure Pop, order for shipment or pickup at record store in 3-6 days $25.98
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DISC: 1

1. Karma Kills
2. Dead Winter
3. Wake Up
4. Lose It
5. Heal Your Wounds
6. For The Last Time
7. Prevail
8. Over The Influence
9. Devolution
10. Blindsided
11. Straightjacket
12. Satellites
13. The Road

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Devil’s Got You Dreamin’ is the newest album from hard rock band, Through Fire. Coming off the success of their previous releases through Sumerian Records (2019’s All Animal and 2016’s critically acclaimed Breathe), the Omaha-based quartet have shown consistent evolution reshaping their hard rock sound with electronic flourishes and airtight songcraft. From songs like “Karma Kills,” “Lose It,” and “Devolution,” Through Fire have proven their “no rules” state of mind continues to break boundaries in music.

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