Unwritten Law Release New Acoustic Track, Oblivion

Unwritten Law has partnered with Substream Magazine to unveil an acoustic cut of "Welcome to Oblivion" now coined as, "Oblivion" off of The Hit List. The song comes from the band's highly anticipated eighth studio album, Acoustic due out April 1, 2016 via Cyber Tracks, owned by El Hefe (guitarist of NOFX) and wife Jen Abeyta.

Scott Russo, the band's frontman commented: 

"'Oblivion' was originally written acoustically, but we translated it to distortion for 'The Hit List.' This version gives a chance to hear what I was really saying, as it is stripped and naked. In choosing songs for this record, I wanted to pick songs with my favorite lyrics, because I felt they would be more exposed." 


Fans are able to pre-order a few bundle and vinyl options via Cyber Tracks and Smartpunk

(Vinyl Pre-Order: Vinyl: Limited Edition 12" gatefold vinyl with picture disc vinyl and seamonkey egg (only 400 avail) // CD Bundle Pre-Order: CD Bundle Pre-Order: Available via Smartpunk. Includes an exclusive shirt, beer koozie, and a gatefold Digipak CD. (Available only for a limited time of March 1st till March 21st)). 

A digital copy of Acoustic is available for $9 via Cyber Tracks website here and sample 30 second clips of all 13 tracks. Upon purchase, fans will receive TWO instant surprise gratification tracks immediately with a third additional surprise track to be rewarded on March 22nd, just a week before the April 1st release date.

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