They released the first song, "Empire", on May 16, 2011 on their Facebook page. It was announced on May 14, 2011 via Twitter that they were shooting a video for "Internal Cannon". They released "Internal Cannon" on May 31, 2011 via Craveonline.com. They released "Divisions", June 4, 2011 on YouTube and promoted it through their Facebook page. "Poor Millionaire", the ninth track from the album, was released June 14, 2011 on their official website.
Leveler sold around 29,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 11 on The Billboard 200 chart.
As with their previous album, a special, Christmas 7 inch vinyl single will be released with the album through their old label, CI Records, and will be entitled "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen." The vinyl is limited to 1000 copies, 400 which are gold colored, 400 which are white, and 200 which are mixed white-and-gold. The single was released on November 8, 2011.
- "Internal Cannon"
- "Cutting the Ties"
- "Carpe Diem"
- "40 Nights"
- "Salt & Light"
- "Poor Millionaire"
- "Boys of Fall"
Deluxe Edition Bonus Tracks
- "Internal Cannon" (Acoustic)
- "Pangaea" (Performed by Bells)
- "Boys of Fall" (Performed by Zachery Veilleux)
- "Empire" (MDI)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 7" vinyl
- "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"
- "Little Drummer Boy" (Instrumental)
August Burns RedEdit
- Jake Luhrs - lead vocals
- JB Brubaker - lead guitar
- Dustin Davidson - bass guitar and backing vocals
- Brent Rambler - rhythm guitar
- Matt Greiner - drums
- Jason Suecof - percussion and additional guitar
- Produced and Mixed by Jason Suecof
- Mastered by Troy Glessner
- Pre-production by Dustin Davidson
- Additional Mixing by Eyal Levi
- A&R by Jonathan Dunn and Adam Skatula
- Illustrations by Jordan Crane
- Art Direction by Invisible Creature
- Design by Ryan Clark for Invisible Creature
- Band Photography by Cory Morton