For Today might have had their fair share of controversy in the past, but they’re forging ahead with their next album, Fight the Silence. The album, due out on February 4th, is their first without guitarist Mike Reynolds, who left the band after making some controversial statements about gay marriage. The band have already released a song from the album, the title track, which is about human trafficking. “Pariah,” which they premiered today via Revolver, is a surprisingly heavy song that’s more straightforward. And while it’s probably about Jesus, it’s not super blatantly Jesus-y, just heavy. The album is available for pre-order now, and those that purchase will get a free instant download of both the title track and “Pariah.”
For Today will be one of the main stage bands on this Summer’s Vans Warped Tour. Fight The Silence will be released on February 4th on Razor & Tie.