"some music was meant to stay underground..."

Point Of Our Resistance

From: CA, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Point Of Our Resistance News

Below is our complete Point Of Our Resistance news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Point Of Our Resistance Issues Album Update

California's Point Of Our Resistance has issued the following update about working on a new album:

"The new album artwork is complete and ready to go. It was once again done by Mike Fisher, who also did the Extinction of Trust artwork. We are still looking for an artist and ideas for the EP artwork.

"Music is all done except a few bass lines. We need to do vocals for all 27 songs though so this will take awhile." More...

Read more...  |  0 Comments - Discuss

Point Of Our Resistance To Release New Album

Point Of Our Resistance will release the new 24 song album "Extinction of Trust" on September 22nd through Get Pissed Stay Pissed Records, with the cassette version coming later in the year on Dead Beat Media. The album is also currently available for streaming through the bandcamp player below. The following press release was also issued about the album:

"Formed by members of Fatalist, Decrypt, Stump, Burning at the Stake, and Dirty Dead in Ventura, CA. in late 2010, P.O.O.R. plays death/grind along the lines of Napalm Death, Phobia, and Exhumed. The 34 minute album was mixed by John Haddad at Trench Studio's (Phobia, Murder Construct, Exhumed, Intronaut) and features Matt Harvey from Exhumed on guest bocals and guitar solos. The digital version of the album is available for $5.00 on the bands Bandcamp page here, and the CD will be available on the band's website here next week."

John Haddad of Trench Studios had this to say about the album: "What can I say, this shit is BRUTAL!!! The records intensity alone makes me want to get off my ass and go do something productive like putting my head thru the windshield of some Cal Trans vehicles on the shoulder of a freeways off ramp. I had the pleasure of tracking the drums and mixing this album…. does this make me biased?…maybe a little… but right out of the gate I knew I was working on something that was special and unique for this genre. Each track has something different to offer. Diversity in the song writing is definitely brought to the table. Clocks in at 34 mins, perfect length for a 'grind-core' record… faint of heart need not apply!!! Good work guys!" More...

Read more...  |  0 Comments - Discuss