In 2009, both Motionless In White and the Word Alive released new EPs. MIW dropped When Love Met Destruction, while TWA debuted Empire

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While both were distributed through different labels in the United States, it was a different story entirely in Japan.

“Shortly after [Empire’s] release, we signed an exclusive Japanese distribution deal with Triple Vision who released an extremely rare split with our EP and Motionless In White’s EP,” says TWA frontman Telle Smith.

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“It is untitled and only 1,000 were ever made.” You can check out the artwork below.

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