Man, it seems like only two days ago that I was posting about a new Old Wounds song. Oh yeah, it was two days ago. Well, the dudes aren’t slowing down, as they have unleashed their entire The Suffering Spirit LP for the world to hear. Old Wounds are spectacular and this album is most definitely their best work. Sit back and groove some motherfucking hardcore. Check it out below. Continue reading
Hardcore heathens and homies here on AA, Old Wounds are closing in on the release date for their new record The Suffering Spirit. To keep anticipation high, the band has released one hell of a track. This is standing right now as my favorite track off of the album and it’s called “On Leather Wings.” This song will grind you down and keep pounding. It is fucking relentless. Check out the track below and get stoked. Continue reading
My Jersey homeboys Old Wounds are gunning the release of their new album The Suffering Spirit, which comes out at the end of the month. The band isn’t wasting any time and they have unleashed another new track titled “Son Of No One.” This song, like all songs by Old Wounds, is spectacular and you need to sit back and stream this bad boy. Enjooyyyy. Continue reading
Well, it appears that the hardcore gods are shining down on us today. First, we premiered a new Everything Went Black song and now we get to hear a new Old Wounds track! Old Wounds are a ferocious act out of Jersey and they will release their new album The Suffering Spirit next month. The band has unleashed the second track off of said album for your listening pleasure over on Alt Press. Check it out over here. it’s so sick.
Man. My homies in New Jersey hardcore act Old Wounds keep getting better This band is a fucking demolition force and their sophomore album The Suffering Spirit is proving to be unbelievable. Don’t believe me? Well, first off you’re wrong. Dead wrong. Second off, you can check out a brutal beatdown in the form of “Rest In Piss” below. It’s so damn good. Check it out. Continue reading
Holy shit. I am so fucking stoked that a The Banner / Old Wounds split is in my future. I love both of these bands and, since they are both from New Jersey, it’s about fucking time. Kick this shit into gear and let it be miiiiine. While there is currently no release date or any other information, let alone a song, it is still really exciting. Are you down with the idea of this split? Check out a track from each band below. Continue reading
Cult Leader, who spawned from the ashes of Gaza, will unleash a new 7″ this summer. Containing three new tracks, Useless Animal will be the first new music since the bands high-praised debut Nothing For Us Here. The 7″ will contain a cover of the Mark Kozelek & Desertshore track “You Are Not My Blood” featuring members of Subrosa. So, in short, I can’t wait to check this out. Cult Leader are currently on tour, making their way to the east coast. Once there, they will record the 7″ and then commence a tour with Hollow Earth and Old Wounds. Check out full dates below. Continue reading
New Jersey hardcore heathens Old Wounds released an amazing EP titled Death Projection last year and the band has now released a music video for their song “Bloodpact.” This is definitely one of my favorite tracks off of the EP and it’s one I have listened to quite a bit, so to finally see what it could look like in a cinematic form is pretty cool. Check out the video below. Continue reading
Cult Leader have announced a string of spring North American tour dates that will revolve around the recording schedule for their new full length record. The band will be joined by the likes of Purge, Old Wounds and Hollow Earth on separate legs of the tour. The touring schedule can be found after the break.
In addition to their upcoming full length, Cult Leader announced plans to release a new 7″ in the near future. No word yet on when it will be released.
Last week (September 16), New Jersey metallic hardcore warriors Old Wounds released their incredible new EP, Death Projection. The EP follows their highly praised 2013 debut LP, From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest, and sees the band maturing and further honing their sound, which is rooted in a distinct ’90s hardcore influence. In this recent interview with American Aftermath, drummer Brandon Gallagher discussed the new release, how it compares to their previous material and the band’s influences, as well as creating the Death Projection artwork and more. Continue reading