|The Republic Of Wolves will be releasing No Matter How Narrow on December 17th. Check out the album artwork and other details at PropertyOfZack.|
"No Matter How Narrow" is the second full-length album from The Republic Of Wolves, written and recorded after a nearly two-year hiatus following their 2011 EP "The Cartographer." As with their earlier releases, the album was recorded, produced, and mixed by the band themselves, although the process was more chaotic; the band's home studio setup migrated between three different locations throughout the roughly four months of recording, as all four members worked around various time constraints to make it happen. Dan Gluszak (ex-Envy On The Coast) was enlisted to play drums on the record, performing on all tracks except for "Keep Clean," which features Will Noon (Straylight Run, fun.) on percussion.