Mutemath To Release New Live CD/DVD 'Armistice Live'

Aug 11 2010

New Orleans band Mutemath will release their new live CD/DVD 'Armistice Live' on 21st September 2010. Recorded and filmed at the famous Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia, during Mutemath's fall 2009 'Armistice Tour', the CD features 13 songs whilst the DVD includes 90 minutes of concert footage, along with the 'Making of Armistice' documentary, previously unreleased studio vlogs and bonus copies of Mutemath's now-popular short-form music videos, including the never-released 'Control' video.

'Armistice' was the band's second full length studio album, released in 2009. It debuted at number 18 on the Billboard 200 and also charted at number 4 on Billboard Rock charts. Mutemath released their self-titled debut album in 2006 and have also released a number of EPs.

Upon finishing their 2010 summer tour, Mutemath will head back into the studio to write and record their third studio album. 'Armistice Live' is available to pre-order now at

'Armistice Live' Track Listing:

Armistice Concert
In The Studio (Making Armistice)
Live In Japan: Electrify, Goodbye, Spotlight
Official Music Videos: Spotlight, Backfire, Typical, Control
Making Control and Spotlight
Studio Vlogs

1 The Nerve
2 Backfire
3 Clipping
4 Control
5 Armistice
6 You Are Mine
7 Odds
8 Typical
9 Burden
10 Pins And Needles
11 Spotlight
12 Reset
13 Break The Same

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