Till Death, La Familia

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Till Death, La Familia
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ReleasedJuly 22, 2014 [1]
Recorded2013 2014
Label Victory
Producer Eddie Wohl, Dave Chavarri & Ill Niño [3]
Ill Niño chronology
Till Death, La Familia

Till Death, La Familia is the seventh studio album, released by American nu metal band Ill Niño. The album was released on July 22, 2014, through Victory Records. [4] This is the last Ill Niño album to feature Cristian Machado on vocals, Ahrue Luster on lead guitar, Diego Verduzco on rhythm guitar, and the only Ill Nino album to feature Oscar Santiago on percussion.


Track listing

All songs written and composed by Ill Niño

1."Live Like There's No Tomorrow"4:23
2."Not Alive in My Nightmare"4:25
3."I'm Not the Enemy"3:31
4."Blood is Thicker than Water"5:59
5."Are We So Innocent"3:53
6."Pray I Don't Find You"4:10
7."World So Cold"3:38
8."Dead Friends"3:40
9."Breaking the Rules"3:45
11."My Bullet"3:21
Total length:43:37



Chart Performance

The album debuted at No 143 on the Billboard 200. [7]

Chart (2014)Peak
US Billboard 200 [8] 143
US Rock Albums [9] 49
US Hard Rock Albums [10] 18

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