With Our Arms to the Sun

WITH OUR ARMS TO THE SUN Announce Kickstarter Campaign for Band’s Fifth Album, “The Mogollon Monster”

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PHOENIX — With Our Arms To The Sun, the Phoenix-based band whose 2017 album, Orenda, was included on Loudwire’s 25 Best Metal Albums of that year, have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the band’s fifth album, The Mogollon Monster.

“This album is a perfect representation of our creative journey so far,says singer/guitar player Josh Breckenridge. “Our hope that our genuine love for making music and art will rally our fans to come together to help us spread the word about the new album and the Kickstarter campaign.”

Free Download of New Song, “Rebirth,” Available Now

With Our Arms To The Sun is also giving fans a preview of what’s to come on The Mogollon Monster, offering a free download of new song “Rebirth” via their website.

Kickstarter Offerings

The Kickstarter campaign features a collection of collectible and rare items including an original oil painting from Chet Zar, a Schecter guitar, various versions of the Zar-created album artwork and music and merchandise bundles.

With Our Arms To The Sun Online:

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

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