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New Armored Saint Song' End Of Attention Span' Watch Video Here

Updated: Aug 12, 2020

Armored Saint will premiere a new song called 'End of Attention Span' off their up and coming new album entitled 'Punching the Sky' slated for October 2020 via Metal Blade Records.

The song will premiere on the Metal Blade Records Youtube Channel 12pm EST

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The New Armored Saint Album is scheduled to be released in October 2020 as per post on the bands Facebook page here

"End of the Attention Span" from the "Punching the Sky" album. Bassist Joey Vera comments: "We've teamed up with video director Robert Graves for our first single, 'End of the Attention Span'. Robert got the lyrical content right away and together we delved into society's ongoing fascination with electronic devices and the insidious disconnect it creates. The irony is that most of us feel connected together through our phone and computer screens, but the reality is that we have created a wedge between ourselves. Our human interactions have been infected with an intense need for information. We're always 'looking' for more. The end result is a very damaged attention span."

Produced by: Defiant Digital Productions (

Director: Robert Graves

Grip: Israel Gutierrez

"Punching The Sky" track listing:

01. Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants 02. End Of The Attention Span 03. Bubble 04. My Jurisdiction 05. Do Wrong To None 06. Lone Wolf 07. Missile To Gun 08. Fly In The Ointment 09. Bark, No Bite 10. Unfair 11. Never You Fret

"Win Hands Down" was released in June 2015 via Metal Blade.

ARMORED SAINT's latest release was a live album, "Carpe Noctum", which came out in February 2017.

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