Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, Touche Amore set themselves against the glamour and greed of their hometown culture with "...To The Beat Of A Dead Horse," their passionate debut full-length, originally released in 2009. Where Touche Amore's demo 7" on No Sleep Records was full of promise, "...To The Beat Of A Dead Horse" never feels fully realized: the guitars bend and weave but always maintain their drive, the rhythms are frequently off kilter but never off-time, and the vocals are screamed at the edge of breaking up but they're always exciting, pleasing even. Featuring guest vocals by Thursday's Geoff Rickly of Thursday and Modern Life Is War's Jeff Eaton, "...To The Beat Of A Dead Horse" was recorded by Alex Estrada at Earth Capital Studios and mastered by Paul Miner (The Suicide File, New Found Glory, Unbroken). Now available again on colored vinyl. This is the black ice vinyl version, exclusive to Rev and limited to 1,000 copies.