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Breathe Carolina's new album, Hell Is What You Make it, hits stores today

It's been a while since we've seen a Denver band on late-night television -- or actually watched late-night television, we should say. In case you missed it, too, Breathe Carolina was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! a few weeks ago playing a track from its new album, Hell Is What You Make It, which hits stores today.

Check it out below, then be sure to catch the dudes at the Summit Music Hall on August 26, when they return home on the Scream It Like You Mean It tour with Chiodos, I See Stars, the Color Morale, the Air I Breathe and Mod Sun.



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