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For Today has premiered the first song, “Fight the Silence,” off their forthcoming new studio album due for release in early 2014- Listen HERE (  The song has a strong social message and proceeds from the sale of this song and forthcoming album will go to support a cause close to the band’s heart.

For Today lead vocalist Mattie Montgomery explains, “One of the most devastating issues facing our modern global culture is the issue of human trafficking. No person, of any race, religion, nationality, or economic standing should ever have to live in forced subjection to another. There are over 27 MILLION people in slavery worldwide today (this is more than at any other time in human history), and yet, in the grand scheme of things, there is very little being done politically to bring this tragedy to an end.  So, in light of this heinous injustice, For Today has teamed up with the A21 Campaign to help shine a light on the issue, and raise funds to continue the global effort to rescue and rehabilitate those who have been victimized, as well as to oppose and prosecute those who are responsible for the buying and selling of other human beings.”

He continues, “There is a global network of sick, selfish people preying on the desperation of the broken and impoverished.  Let’s stand up and let our voices be heard for the sake of these voiceless captives.  It’s time we stand up, speak out, and Fight the Silence.”

This Friday, October 25th, For Today, will also be hitting the road on the From Death to Destiny Tour with headliner Asking Alexandria and supporting acts Sevendust, All That Remains and Emmure. This tour kicks off on October 25th and wraps up on November 23rd (tour dates below).

For Today Tour Dates

October 25 – Grand Prairie, TX – South by So What Festival

From Death to Destiny Tour

W/Asking Alexandria, Sevendust, All that Remains and Emmure

October 26 – Lubbock, TX – KFMX Freak Fest

October 27 – San Antonio, TX – Backstage Lice

October 29 – Nashville, TN – War Memorial Auditorium

October 30 – Knoxville, TN – Club NV

October 31 – Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle

November 1 – Charlotte, NC – Amos Southend

November 2 – Lancaster, PA – Freedom hall Convention Center

November 3 – Poughkeepsie, NY – Mid Hudson Civic Center

November 4 – Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon

November 5 – Buffalo, NY – Rapids Theatre

November 6 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club

November 9 = Milwaukee, WI – Wisconsin Metalfest

November 10 – Cleveland, OH – Ohio Metalfest

November 11 – Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom

November 13 – Grand Rapids, MI – The Orbit Room

November 14 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant

November 15 – Memphis, TN – Minglewood Hall

November 17 – Tulsa, OK – Brady Theatre

November 19 – Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theater

November 21 – Fresno, CA – Rainbow Ballroom

November 22 – San Diego, CA – Soma

November 23 – Santa Cruz, CA – The Catayst