Hardcore heroes Sworn Enemy are back on the scene five years after their last album, 2009's 'Total World Domination.' Their new disc, 'Living on Borrowed Time,' is out Tuesday, May 13, and Loudwire is proud to bring you the exclusive stream of the album.

A few things have changed since the last album, with frontman Sal Lococo now backed by guitarists Jeffrey Cummings and Matthew Garzilli, bassist Michael Anthony Pucciarelli and drummer Daniel E. Lamagna. While there's been a bit of an overhaul, Sworn Enemy still embrace the hardcore and heavy roots that helped them launch their career.

'Living on Borrowed Time' grabs listeners right out of the gate with the wickedly sinister lead song 'Do or Die,' which finds Cummings and Garzilli delivering some sick riffs. 'Hard Way' offers a more fast-paced but brutally pummeling take, while 'Broken Hope' gives Lamagna a chance to show off his drumming chops.

Other standouts on the album include the in-your-face rocker 'No Apologies,' the mosh pit-ready 'Nothing Changes' and the hard-hitting 'One Eye Open.' Take a listen to the full album in the player provided below.

If you like what you hear, 'Living on Borrowed Time' is available for order at both Amazon and iTunes. And fans can catch Sworn Enemy rocking stages with Silence the Messenger. Dates can be found here.

Listen to Sworn Enemy, 'Living on Borrowed Time'