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.
We here at American Aftermath are readying our very own year end lists, to be unleashed this Friday. We have asked some friends and musicians to submit their very own Best of 2012 List, which we will be posting throughout the week and here we go. Read on to find out what members of The Atlas Moth, Old Wounds, Outrun The Sunlight, Exhumed and Murder Construct were jamming to this year. Continue reading »
There’s a free awesome hardcore compilation of unknown origin floating around called The Outsiders Volume One. The compilation features unreleased material from Old Wounds, Ancient Shores, and Astronomer while featuring recent tunes from bands like Twitching Tongues, Apart, Raindance, Sleepwalkers, Casting Curses, Mountain Man and The Teeth. Stream it and download below.
My life on the internet is becoming quickly cluttered and harder to organize. In addition to my previous addictions to various awesome sites like reddit, reddit, and reddit, I have recently become a writer here at American Aftermath and subject to another online board by the name of the B9 Forums. While all of this is certainly time consuming, my exposure to new and awesome music has increased hundred-fold. One very recent and awesome slab of music has been the One Hour From Anywhere Compilation. Containing some of the best bands in New Jersey’s hardcore, punk, indie and metal scenes, this compilation is a live, no bullshit, no edits in the studio recording and a complete labor of love. Bands include: Ensign, Let Me Run, I AM HERESY, Torchbearer, Fleshtemple, Not the Bees!, Less Life, Decent Living, Bottomfeeder, Something About Death or Dying, The Grains, Les Trois Chaud, Old Wounds, and Disobey.
Stream and download the compilation below(for free or as a pay what you want basis) or pick up the tape from the awesome RTF Records here.
Toxicbreed’s Funhouse has a series of compilations titled Casa De Diversion, all of which are amazing and now they have compiled one of, if not the, greatest covers compilations I have ever heard. Every single band on this compilation is fucking spectacular and each one has their own sound and covers their song with flawless victory.
You all know that I am a huge fan of covers, especially covers compilations so when I caught wind of this, I was stoked immediately. Featuring bands like Masakari, The Love Below, Vestiges (who’s cover I posted about here), Old Wounds and many, many more, how could this be taken as anything but amazing? You can check out a stream of the compilation below and download it here. Get on it. I promise you, you do not want to miss this.
My boys in Old Wounds will be hitting the road this Spring for a nice run which will land them on the stage with bands like Full of Hell, Eddie Brock and Passengers among others. The tour will kick off on March second in Oneonta, New York and will run until March 19th. Check out the dates below. I suggest if you are anywhere in the proximity of any of these shows that you hit ‘em up.
I’ve been a fan and a friend to New Jersey’s Old Wounds for a while now and just because I’m friends with them doesn’t make my opinion of their music biased. I keep my personal feelings out of my album reviews for the most part. That said, I have loved everything that Old Wounds has put out so far, so when vocalist Brandon Gallagher sent me the band’s latest slab of hardcore fury, I was more than excited. Furious metallic hardcore has become my favorite genre and a lot of that is due to Old Wounds never-ending perfection of the genre. [Continue...]
I got into Old Wounds a while back when I was contacted by the band to listen to their EP Terror Eyes. I was instantly hooked to the band’s psychedelic hardcore sound and soon became friends with frontman Brandon Gallgher. This interview has been as long time coming and last night I sat down with Brandon to ask him a few questions I had for him. Check out the interview below in which we talk about how the band got it’s start, the music and Brandon’s art. [Continue...]
Not too long ago, I befriended a band called Old Wounds. It was from them that I was introduced to Code Orange Kids. I’ve never actually spoken to the members of Code Orange Kids, but I have come to love their music. Aggressive and brutal hardcore from Pittsburgh is what these guys boast and they seriously back up their game. Such as it happens in many bands, Code Orange Kids sound has changed a bit over the span of their albums, but they never lost their pissed off nature.
I have yet to hear the bands latest album Cycles in it’s entirety, but the title track, which is streaming below, is plenty of incentive to make this album a must hear. Not only is the title track for Cycles currently streaming, it is also available for download along with Code Orange Kids’ demo and Embrace Me // Erase Me album. You can download all of these here. Get into these dudes. They’re amazing. Also, follow the band on Facebook page. Enjoy.
~R. Gnarly//Dig It or Die.
Mi amigos en Old Wounds recently finished up their first music video for the track “The Watcher” which comes off of the band’s Terror Eyes which came out this past May. I love Terror Eyes and the video that was created for “The Watcher” is extremely odd but very fitting of the guys in Old Wounds. Check out the video below and stream the band’s albums here. Enjoy.
~R. Gnarly//Dig It or Die.
A while back, I was introduced to a aggressive crusty hardcore band from New Jersey called Old Wounds. I reviewed the band’s latest EP a while back and I found it absolutely raw and impressive. It was given a perfect score from me and I have kept up with the band’s activities ever since. Yesterday, I contacted the band about premiering a new track and they agreed. I believe they appreciate what I do, spreading the word about underground music, just as much as I appreciate what they do, make killer hardcore jams.
This new track is very raw and atmospheric with a nice southern vibe to it. The riffing is fantastic and the drumming is an ever-changing array of punishing beats. I have listened to the track non-stop since they band sent it to me. Before I have compared Old Wounds to the likes of New Lows, but now I see a darker, more misanthropic aspect to the band which I would compare to bands like Masakari or At Our Heels. It’s spectacular. And now, I present to you, exclusively on American Aftermath, “Your Appartment Is A Coffin.” Leave some feedback. Let us know what you think of Old Wounds new track!