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Iron Reagan Reveals New Song to Fuel Your Pre-Inauguration Rage

In the wake of one of the most controversial presidential elections in American history, Iron Reagan’s new album Crossover Ministry couldn’t have come at a better time.  Iron Reagan have teamed up with New Noise Magazine for an “Inauguration from Hell” cover feature (pictured below) illustrated by Matt Stikker (@bargainbinblasphemy) and today they’ve unveiled their exclusive track for New Noise’s flexi series; titled “Take the Fall”, listen to the song here on Noisey.  Pick up a copy of the magazine with the limited flexi disc, an 18×24 screen printed poster at this location. All poster proceeds go towards the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Due out February 3rd via Relapse Records, Crossover Ministry was recorded by guitarist Phil “Landphil” Hall and mixed by Kurt Ballou,  and features 30 minutes of relentlessly catchy riffs and irresistibly mosh-ready breakdowns paired with lyrics that run the gamut from satyrical to serious. The band recently shared a music video for “Bleed the Fifth” which follows the strung-out antics of two rogue cops, played by the stars of Comedy Central’s new show Delco Proper, who stumble into the wrong crowd at the wrong time. Watch the video below:

You can also check out the previously released track “Grim Business” via YouTube HERE and SoundCloud HERE as well as Crossover Ministry album opener, “A Dying World,” via YouTube HERE and Soundcloud HERE.

See Iron Reagan on tour in North America throughout February and March and stay tuned for more news coming soon.



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