One of my favorite current bands, Old Wounds released their phenomenal new EP Death Projection today and, in case you didn’t have enough interest in it, you can stream the album in full! Thanks to the good people at AltPress\, the album has been presented to the world and I highly suggest you get a dose of death in your life today. Check out the stream after the jump. Do it. Continue reading
My hardcore homies Old Wounds will be unleashing their fantastically crafted new EP Death Projection next week (Sept. 16th). In anticipation of the albums release next week, Pitchfork has unveiled a rad new track titled “Bloodpact.” I love Old Wounds and I think this EP is some of the bands best work to date. Don’t believe me? Well, check out “Bloodpact” here and see for yourself. Nooch.
Old Wounds have premiered a new track from their upcoming EP, Death Projection, over at Mass Appeal. The New Jersey metallic hardcore quartet bring you “Ritual”, a track that churns raw, aggressive riffs that will snap many a neck in under two-minutes. Head over to Mass Appeal to check it out now.
New Jersey metallic hardcore act Old Wounds have announced a string of North American tour dates in support of their forthcoming EP, Death Projection, which is due out on September 16th via Good Fight Music. The trek will extend from September 12th through the 27th and will see the band joined by Canada’s Exalt throughout the tour. You can check out the dates after the break.
Be sure to stream their new track, “Dead Beat Blues”, if you haven’t already.
Old Wounds have premiered a new track from their forthcoming EP and follow up to their 2013 debut, From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest, Death Projection, over at Revolver. The new track is entitled “Dead Beat Blues” and it will crush you under its metallic weight in just two-minutes time. Get flattened by solid metallic hardcore at Revolver now.
Death Projection will be released on September 16th via Good Fight Music. Pre-orders can be placed at this location.
It was recently announced that my homies in Old Wounds had inked a deal with Good Fight Music, which is a huge step forward for them and I couldn’t be more proud of them. Well, I caught up with my good friend Brandon, drummer for Old Wounds and I asked him four very important questions. It went a little something like this. Continue reading
Aftermath homies Old Wounds will be hitting the road soon with the amazing The Banner for a brief tour. It’s not much, but if you’re anywhere in the vicinity of any of these dates, you better hit this up because this is sure to be destructive. Peep the dates after the jump or get bent. Continue reading
Over the last few years I’ve become friends with the fine dudes in Old Wounds, especially drummer Brandon Gallagher. I interviewed him back in 2011 and we have been in contact many times since. He’s a great dude and I caught up with him recently to talk about the new split with Trenchfoot. After the jump you can check out my interview. Continue reading
New York and New Jersey will soon collide as Trenchfoot and Old Wounds prep the release of their Melotov Records-released split 7″. The split will be released on August 13th and I have a nice treat for you all: an exclusive stream of Trenchfoot‘s scorching hardcore opus “Crimes Of The Mind.” Click on after the jump to check this bad boy out. Continue reading
The lineup for Southern Lord’s Power of the Riff festival has officially been revealed. The event will take place on August 9th and 10th at The Echo and Echoplex in Los Angeles, California. Tickets for the epic event will go on sale this Saturday June 15th at this location. Check out the full line up below.
My old friends in Old Wounds are at it again, this time spewing forth some spectacular filth in the form of a split 7″ with Trenchfoot. Both of these bands are incredible, so putting them side-by-side on a slab of wax is not only a stroke a genius, it’s something that HAD to happen. If you were interested in what each band will be bringing to the table this round, inquire below. Continue reading
By Lane Oliver
After releasing small quantities of music in the forms of singles and EPs over the years, the New Jersey hardcore trio of Old Wounds have finally delivered the crushing blow of a full length we have been waiting for. Old Wounds have prayed to the metallic gods only to be bestowed with the powers to forge a mighty musical weapon. Prepare to be disemboweled by their powerful weapon; the twelve track, twenty four minute From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest.
Today is the day that Old Wounds drops a big can of ugly hardcore madness in the form of their new album, From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest. You can pick up your copy here, but if you want to try before you buy, Brooklyn Vegan is hosting an exclusive stream of the record. It will knock you on your face and push you skull into the dirt. Check it out now! Also, Old Wounds will be hitting the road next month with Homewrecker and Full of Hell. You can check out the full schedule below.
A389 brethren Full Of Hell and Homewrecker have recently announced dates for their upcoming East Coast Spring tour. The fifteen date trek kicks off in Lansing, OH with psychedelic hardcore group Old Wounds supporting on select dates. Recent releases from each group include: a) Full of Hell (Full of Hell/Calm The Fire Split), b) Homewrecker (Worms and Dirt LP) and c) Old Wounds (From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest LP). Peep the full tour schedule for this crushing tour below. Artwork for the poster was done by the great Szymon Siech (Uberretard). Continue reading
New Jersey metallic hardcore purveyors, Old Wounds, have announced the released of their debut full length LP. The new record will be entitled From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest and will see the light of day on February 26th via Glory Kid Ltd. As of right now, you can stream a track from the upcoming outing on the band’s Bandcamp page. The track is called “Disbelieve” and sweet zombie Jesus is it a ripper. Check out the song below as well as the album’s track listing.