New York City punks The Casualties are back with Written in Blood, their 11th studio album and first since 2016's Chaos Sound. The record will be out October 26 through Cleopatra Records and the group has partnered with Loudwire to bring you the video for "1312," the first song off the forthcoming records.

Last year, singer David Rodriguez filled the vocal spot vacated by then lone remaining original member Jorge Herrera. His snarling, snotty presence gives "1312" its attitude, while the rest of the group mixes in gang chants, upbeat riffing and bits of melody for that high-energy feeling. Lyrically, the song is a rallying cry against corruption in the police force, embracing the "All Cops Are Bastards" acronym, also known as "1312," which refers to each letter's corresponding place in the alphabet.

"This is a statement very true to our culture, our way of life, 1312 ACAB! We didn’t grow up watching cops walk old ladies across the street, we grew up watching Rodney King get BEAT, not detained and man handled, fucking BEAT," comments Rodriguez. "If normal citizens must pay the price of the 'long arm of the law' they can be held accountable for their actions. Anyone of color can be pulled over for being suspicious? Well we can be suspicious of them! 1312 ACAB. With great power comes great responsibility!"

Check out the artwork and track listing for Written in Blood below along with The Casualties' upcoming tour dates with Goatwhore and others. Pre-orders for the album can be placed here.

The Casualties, Written in Blood Artwork + Track Listing

Cleopatra Records

01. 1312
02. Fucking Hate You
03. Ashes of My Enemies
04. Demolition
05. Guard Dogs
06. Written in Blood
07. Feed Off Of Fear
08. Final Expense
09. So Much hate
10. Ya Basta
11. All Out War
12. Smash
13. Lost
14. What I Want
15. Borders

Goatwhore / The Casualties / Black Tusk / Great American Ghost Tour Dates

Oct. 31 – Jefferson, La. @ Southport Hall
Nov. 01 – Houston, Texas @ Warehouse Live
Nov. 02 – Dallas, Texas @ Gas Monkey
Nov. 03 – San Antonio, Texas @ Alamo City Music Hall
Nov. 04 – Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Diamond Ballroom
Nov. 06 – Mesa, Ariz. @ Club Red
Nov. 07 – West Hollywood, Calif. @ Roxy Theatre
Nov. 08 – San Diego, Calif. @ Brick By Brick
Nov. 09 – Fresno, Calif. @ Full Circle Brewing Company
Nov. 10 – Orangeville, Calif. @ The Boardwalk
Nov. 11 – Berkeley, Calif. @ Cornerstone Berkeley
Nov. 13 – Seattle, Wash. @ Club Sur Rocks
Nov. 14 – Portland, Ore. @ Dante’s
Nov. 16 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ Metro Music Hall
Nov. 17 – Denver, Colo. @ Marquis Theatre
Nov. 18 – Merriam, Kan. @ Aftershock
Nov. 20 – St. Paul, Minn. @ Turf Club
Nov. 21 – Chicago, Ill. @ Reggie’s Rock Club
Nov. 23 – Detroit, Mich. @ Magic Stick
Nov. 24 – Kingston, Ontario @ Overtime Sports Bar
Nov. 25 – Quebec City, Quebec @ Salle Multi
Nov. 26 – Montreal, Quebec @ Les Foufounes Electriques
Nov. 28 – New York N.Y. @ Gramercy Theater
Nov. 29 – Rochester, N.Y. @ Montage Music Hall
Nov. 30 – Easton, Penn. @ One Centre Square

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