Release date: January 17, 2006

Test Pressing: 5 black vinyl
First Pressing: 500 on violet vinyl w/ gray splatters (picture soon)

After nearly a decade in the Texas punk scene, the Flatliners have called it quits. But not before hitting the studio one last time to bring you three brand new tracks in their distinctive style of blurring the line between hardcore and street punk.

The Flatliners have made it a good run with a single and two full-lengths on Mark Unseenís ADD Records and touring the US with bands like Blind Society and A Global Threat. These guys have been around and know how it's done, quick to the point and without compromise.

ďLet It GoĒ is not an EP for the faint-of-heart. Blaring high-speed guitar, pounding drums, and vocals so coarse itís like a sandblaster to your ears. With a tightness other bands can only dream of, the Flatliners go out with a BANG, not a whimper.

Cover art by Michael Bukowski (NOFX, Rock Against Bush, RíNíR).

A side:
Let It Go
They're So Wrong

B side:
See It Through