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U.K. hardcore band TRC has premiered a new video for the song “10,000 Days,” taken from the band’s recently released album, "Nation," which is available now from No Sleep Records. Check it out below.
Chris Robson (vocals) comments on the video: "It was great to work with Daniel Broadley again, after the fantastic job he did on 'We Bring War.' The tune is about the rule of success being 10,000 hours of applied effort, and was inspired by Malcolm Gladwell's book, 'Outliers.'
"No matter what the distraction, we've kept pushing on with TRC. 10,000 hours equates to approx. 10 years, which is quite funny because TRC released our first demo 10 years ago. What's even funnier, was the fact we recorded the band performance scene in the studio where we recorded that very first demo. Everything came full circle. It's my favourite track off 'Nation'."
"Nation" is TRC’s second full-length album and was recorded in London with with Steve Sears (Gallows, Lethal Bizzle, Hang The B*stard). More...
London based hardcore band TRC has premiered new song “We Bring War” today, which comes from the forthcoming album, "Nation," scheduled for release on September 24th via No Sleep Records.
“We Bring War” will be available for purchase digitally on iTunes starting August 13th, or you can stream the track below.
Every week in Unearthing the Metal Underground, we take a look at three quality bands that haven't gotten as much exposure yet as they should. This week, we'll be taking a slightly different approach to the article and focusing on hardcore music instead, specifically hardcore music in the United Kingdom.
The history of hardcore in Great Britain dates back a long way, beginning with what would become known as the "UK82" scene (also called "No future punk" and "UK Hardcore" amongst other things,) which featured massively influential bands such as The Exploited and the socially concsious, Discharge, who were so influential that they had a sub-genre named after them called D-Beat (similar to hardcore, only even faster,) which featured other high quality British hardcore acts like The Varukers.
Discharge - "Never Again"
The Varukers - "Soldier Boy"