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Billy Talent's highly-anticipated album "Crisis Of Faith" dropping in just two weeks, the Canadian punk titans have shared another brilliant new song titled "Judged." The explosive, infectious new effort follows the release of Forgiveness I + II, Reckless Paradise and End Of Me featuring Rivers Cuomo and gives a fresh taste of what to expect from the follow-up to 2016's Afraid Of Heights. Frontman Benjamin Kowalewicz told Kerarang! about working with the band on the album, “Something we've been talking a lot about recently is that we're experiencing people passing way, and we have friends and family who have been taken ill. You deal with these things as they come to you. Now more so than ever, we're just feeling gratitude and appreciation that, after this long, we're still together. It's something we don't take lightly, we feel very privileged and fortunate to still be able to be doing it.” "Crisis Of Faith" will also include the band’s recent collaboration with Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo, ‘End Of Me,’ as well as the singles "Reckless Paradise," "I Beg to Differ (This Will Get Better)," and "Forgiveness I + II." The follow-up to 2016’s "Afraid Of Heights" was produced by guitarist Ian D’Sa and recorded in Billy Talent’s Toronto studio. Billy Talent is set to return to the UK for three shows in May, following several North American shows with Pup and Rise Against in February and April.