is the second studio album by American This Will Be the Death of Us rock band Set Your Goals, released July 21, 2009 on Epitaph Records.
Recording [ edit ]
The album was produced by Mike Green (
Paramore, The Matches) and is their debut on Epitaph Records after their manager reportedly paid $150,000 to their previous label,  Eulogy Recordings, to buy out their contract. 
The album features various
guest vocals including Vinnie Caruana of I Am the Avalanche and The Movielife on opener and title track, "This Will Be the Death of Us". Hayley Williams of Paramore also features on "The Few That Remain", whilst ex-vocalist of Turmoil Jon Gula is featured on "Gaia Bleeds (Make Way For Man)". The album is closed with the 90s skate punk influenced "Our Ethos: A Legacy to Pass On", featuring vocals from New Found Glory’s Chad Gilbert.  Jordan Pundik, also of New Found Glory provides vocals on the Japanese bonus track "The Lost Boys". 
Release [ edit ]
Between late September and mid November, the band supported on
Mayday Parade on the AP Fall Ball Tour. 
Track listing [ edit ]
All lyrics written by Jordan Brown; music composed by Set Your Goals.
"This Will Be the Death of Us"
(featuring Vinnie Caruana of I Am the Avalanche) 3:09
"With Hoffman Lenses We Will See the Truth"
(featuring Anthony Benedict of Baloni) 3:05
"Like You to Me"
"The Few That Remain"
(featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore) 3:21
"Gaia Bleeds (Make Way for Man)"
(featuring John Gula of Turmoil) 2:52
"Flawed Methods of Persecution & Punishment"
"Our Ethos: A Legacy to Pass On"
(featuring Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory) 4:36
Personnel [ edit ]
The following personnel contributed to
This Will Be the Death of Us: 
References [ edit ]
^ a b "Set Your Goals - This Will Be The Death Of Us - Album Review". AbsolutePunk.net. 2009-07-21 . Retrieved . 2012-03-12
^ Credits - AllMusic.com
^ This Will Be the Death of Us at AllMusic
^ "Set Your Goals: This Will Be The Death of Us (Epitaph) 4.5 stars - SET YOUR GOALS is a quantum leap forward....Co-frontman Matt Wilson has stepped out from Brown's considerable shadow with drastically improved vocals", , p. 77, July 2009 Alternative Press , retrieved 2009-08-04
^ Joe Pelone (August 11, 2009). "Set Your Goals - This Will Be the Death of Us". Punknews.org . Retrieved . 2012-03-12
^ Andrew Kelham. "Set Your Goals - 'This Will Be The Death Of Us' | Reviews | Rock Sound". Rocksound.tv . Retrieved . 2012-03-12
^ a b "Set Your Goals' New Album in July". Epitaph Records . Retrieved . 2009-06-04
^ "Set Your Goals Gear Up for Epitaph Debut". Exclaim . Retrieved . 2009-06-04
^ a b "This Will Be The Death Of Us". moran win . Retrieved . 2009-10-05
^ White, Adam (August 13, 2009). "Tours: The Academy Is, Mayday Parade, Set Your Goals on AP's Fall Ball Tour". Punknews.org . Retrieved . August 29, 2015
^ a b This Will Be the Death of Us (CD). Set Your Goals. Epitaph Records. 2009. 7008-5.