Deathwish, Inc. will take it’s DW Fest to Europe next year and the line-up in unbelievable. Converge, Trap Them, Harm’s Way and Young And In The Way will all tour the European market and I hate you all for it. I mean, holy shit. That is a hell of a tour package and I would kill to check out. I love all of those bands and it angers me that I can’t see them. For any of your Euro readers however, check out the dates after the jump. Continue reading
Lane told you about Trap Them covering tracks from Edge Of Sanity and Hot Snakes for Decibel’s FlexiDisc series and now you can stream both of the covers! I adore both Trap Them and cover songs, so I was euphoric before I even listened to the tracks (both of which are magical). You can check out those covers after the jump, courtesy of MetalSucks. Continue reading
Trap Them have announced that they will be apart of Decibel’s long-running flexi-disc series that will be included in the newest issue of the magazine. The band recorded two covers, one of Hot Snakes’ “I Hate the Kids” and Edge of Sanity’s “Feed’ the Charlatan”, for the release. If you subscribe to the magazine by 9 a.m. EST on September 9th, your subscription will begin with the issue containing the Trap Them flexi.
You can check out the original versions of the songs after the break.
Trap Them, house favorites here at American Aftermath, have already given us a few new tracks off of their new album Blissfucker and now the band has given us even more to be excited for. The band has just unleashed a new track titled “Lungrunners” and, duh, it destroys. You can listen to this heavy-hitter over on Pitchfork (because they get all of the awesome streams). Check it out and then head back here and let us know what you think. You can also check out the two previous tracks from Blissfucker below. Continue reading
Okay, no need to get into semantics, but I fucking adore Trap Them. This band has yet to release anything that hasn’t taken me by storm and the same can easily be said for their forthcoming Blissfucker. This album has shown serious promise with the release of the debut single “Salted Crypts” and now the band has followed that up with the insanely strong “Organic Infernal.” You can check out this blisstering beast after the jump. Holy hell! Continue reading
Well holy fuck! Who else is beyond stoked that the unholy horde Trap Them are back!? It has been far too long but Blissfucker will soon be upon us! The band will release their latest offering of filth this June and you can stream a vicious new track called “Salted Crypts.” Check it out! Continue reading
At long last, Trap Them have completed their new album. Of course, the band recorded the album at Kurt Ballou’s GodCity studio and I’ll go out and say we will see this album during the first quarter of 2014. That is not concrete, but it sounds about right to me. I am also sure that we can expect nothing but pure awesomeness coming from Trap Them. The band was joined on percussion by former The Red Chord drummer Brad Fickeisen (pictured above).
To get you in the mood (although you should always be in a mood for Trap Them), you can stream the bands fantastic 2011 album Darker Handcraft. Enjoy and prepare your anus. Continue reading
Well, I don’t know about you, Gnargonauts, but I learned a lot of shit this week. I learned that Living Sacrifice are writing pretty rad songs these days, some deaf kids are getting the upper hand, the new Melvins album is pretty killer, the dude from Lions Of Tsavo is a sweetheart, a bunch of dudes waged war on an empire and we learned that Toxic Holocaust made one of the most fucked up music videos I have ever seen. So if you missed any of those posts or any other posts this week, be sure to scan through and let our awesomeness fuck with your world view.
Hesitation Wounds will be releasing their debut three song EP on Secret Voice sometime in the near future. This melodic hardcore project features Jeremy Bolm (Touche Amore), Neeraj Kane (The Hope Conspiracy), Jay Weinberg (ex-Against Me!) and Stephen LaCour (ex-Trap Them). Vocalist Jeremy Bolm had this to offer on the new project: