Senses Fail will release their fifth full-length studio album entitled 'Renacer' (ray-nah-serr) on March 26, 2013 on Staple Records. 'Renacer' was recorded in Los Angeles, California at both The Airport Studio and Red Bull Studio with producer Shaun Lopez (Far, Deftones) at the helm.

“We celebrated our 10 year anniversary in February 2012 and immediately got to work writing Renacer,” commented singer Buddy Nielsen. “The approach to this record was to embrace change and explore a different side of the band. The process was long, but was probably the smoothest out of any other record because we wrote without any boundaries. Renacer is by far our heaviest effort to date, which felt like a natural progression for us.”

“We chose to work with Shaun because of our respect and love of the music he has made in Far and the work he has done over the years as a producer. Shaun was a huge asset in crafting and harnessing the heaviness of the record without sacrificing the clarity and natural sonics that we wanted.”

“The name Renacer means "to be reborn" in Spanish. We chose the name because it reflected the change that we embraced in our personal lives as well as in our musical lives. The name ties together the themes of the record, which touch on change through positivity, balance, spiritual growth and love. We are very proud of the work we have done and are extremely excited to share it with the world.”

Senses Fail recently announced a UK tour scheduled for late spring and will be announcing their US tour plans shortly. Pre-order details for the album will also be announced in the coming weeks.

Senses Fail formed in Ridgewood, New Jersey over 10 years ago and has sold over 1.2 million records worldwide. The band’s most recent studio album, The Fire, was released in 2010. A greatest hits album, Follow Your Bliss: The Best of Senses Fail, was released last year.

Senses Fail UK Tour:
5/18 Kingston – The Peel
5/19 Southampton – Talking Heads
5/20 Bristol – Thekla
5/21 Cardiff – Clwb Ifor Bach
5/22 Nottingham – Rescue Room
5/23 Glasgow – King Tuts
5/24 Newcastle – Academy 2
5/28 Manchester – NQ Live
5/29 Norwich – Waterfront Studio
5/30 London – Underworld
5/31 Exeter – Cavern
6/1 Oxford – 02 Academy 2

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