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Currently in the middle of a massive summer long U.S. tour, Old Wounds today announces even more dates, extending the party through mid-September.
Dubbed "The Summer of Suffering" in tribute to Old Wounds' new album, "The Suffering Spirit," the tour began in June and has included stretches with Good Fight Music labelmates Axis, Of Feather and Bone, and more.
The newly-added run sees the band team up with North Carolina's Down In It for a week of shows around Detroit's Don't Call It A Fest:
Sep 9 - Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
Sep 10 - Elkton, MD @ The Home Plate
Sep 11 - Pittsburgh, PA @ The Shop
Sep 12 - Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary - Don't Call It A Fest
Sep 13 - Morgantown, WV @ 123 Pleasant St
Sep 14 - Baltimore, MD @ Charm City Art Space More...
With Old Wounds' sophomore album, "The Suffering Spirit," out next Tuesday, June 30th on Good Fight Music, today the full album comes online.
Produced by Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Despised Icon), "The Suffering Spirit" sees Old Wounds rocking out on a whole new level of power, emotion, and hooks.
Based in the heaviest hardcore purveyed by bands like Buried Alive and Disembodied, the New Jersey band has moved forward into the realm of melody while still honoring the past. Get your face smashed thoroughly in below. More...
Old Wounds has added even more new dates to its monstrous summer tour schedule, dubbed "The Summer of Suffering" in reference to upcoming new album "The Suffering Spirit."
On the road for two straight months, the 'Wounds will team up with friends such as Axis, Vein, Of Feather and Bone, Head Creeps, and Orthodox along the way. The band caps off the summer with an appearance at Detroit's Don't Call It A Fest, alongside Eyehategod, See You Next Tuesday, and more.
The New Jersey boys' second full-length album, "The Suffering Spirit," was produced by Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Despised Icon) and will see its official release on June 30th via Good Fight Music. A stream of new song "On Leather Wings" can be heard below. More...
Old Wounds is delivering new single "Son of No One" online today, which can be heard in the player below.
"Son of No One" appears on the New Jersey band's second full-length, "The Suffering Spirit," produced by Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Despised Icon), and coming June 30th on Good Fight Music.
Road dogs of the first order, Old Wounds has toured relentlessly over the past three years with bands like Full of Hell and Cult Leader, and summer 2015 is no exception. The boys will be out on tour all summer long, having just added a month-long run with Axis to the itinerary, featuring support on select dates from Exalt and Of Feather and Bone. Stay tuned for even more summer 2015 tour dates. More...
New song "Never Sleep Again," the second single off Old Wounds' sophomore album, "The Suffering Spirit," is now online for streaming. Give it a listen in the Bandcamp player below. Due out June 30th on Good Fight Music, "The Suffering Spirit" is a huge statement from the young New Jersey crew.
Good Fight comments that the album "sees Old Wounds ascend to a new level, from DIY workhorse to world-class band. Self-proclaimed 'true freaks,' Old Wounds have always brought more drama and showmanship into their hardcore than most bands dare and on 'The Suffering Spirit,' thanks in part to producer Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Despised Icon), that vibe is finally documented in all its glory."
Catch Old Wounds performing live on these upcoming shows:
Jun 27 - Philadelphia, PA @ Ask a Punk
Jun 28 - North Haven, CT @ Up All Night Collective
Jun 29 - Richmond, VA @ The Haunted Mansion
Jun 30 - Baltimore, MD @ Charm City Art Space
Jul 1 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Roboto Project
Jul 2 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes
Jul 3 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus More...
Old Wounds presents second full-length album "The Suffering Spirit," set for a June 30th release on Good Fight Music. You can stream opening track, "Rest in Piss," below.
The New Jersey band has been on the DIY warpath since the 2013 release of debut album" From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest." Touring nonstop with Cult Leader, Full of Hell, The Banner, Exalt, and more, and releasing music via various splits and EPs, all the work of the past two years has led to "The Suffering Spirit."
Old Wounds' alliance with Good Fight Music began officially last Fall with the "Death Projection" EP. The label comments: More...
Old Wounds premieres a new track titled "Rest In Piss" from the band's new sophomore album "The Suffering Spirit" set to drop on June 30th via Good Fight Music.
"The Suffering Spirit" track listing: More...
Old Wounds has completed work on upcoming second full-length album, "The Suffering Spirit," due out later this year via Good Fight Music.
The New Jersey band recorded with producer Andreas Magnusson at Planet Red Studios in Richmond, Virginia. Old Wounds drummer Brandon Gallagher gives this report:
"We just completed the recording of 'The Suffering Spirit,' our second LP. I think this release accurately expresses our growth as a band both musically and emotionally. We've been on the road almost nonstop since the release of our first LP, 'From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest,' and in between tours we worked on writing better songs that were released on the Trenchfoot split and the 'Death Projection' EP.
"Once it was time to sit down and really start focusing on this new album we knew exactly what we wanted and we went for it. Going into the studio with Andreas was a big help too. He knows his craft extremely well and I think he brought out the best in us." More...
New Jersey hardcore dynamo Old Wounds has premiered a new video, "Bloodpact," which can be seen below thanks to Metal Injection.
The video, created by Old Wounds drummer and visual artist Brandon Gallagher, consists of new live footage of the band doing its thing. The song "Bloodpact" appears on the Wounds' latest EP, "Death Projection," out now on Good Fight Music.
Old Wounds will embark on a tour of the U.S. and Canada this spring, including dates with Deathwish Inc's finest, Cult Leader, as well as festival appearances alongside Sick Of It All, Biohazard, Life Of Agony, and more. More...
Cult Leader (featuring members of Gaza) will be touring its way out to, and back from, recording a new LP at Godcity with Kurt Ballou this Spring.
Joining the band on select dates will be Purge, Old Wounds, Hollow Earth, and Full Of Hell. Dates for the trek are as follows:
March 3 Denver, CO @ 7th Circle Collective
March 4 Kansas City, MO @ Art Closet Studios
March 5 St. Louis, MO @ FUBAR
March 6 Indianapolis, IN @ 5th Quarter Lounge
March 7 Columbus, OH @ The House with No Name*
March 9 Washington, DC @ The Dougout*
March 10 Wilmington, DE @ Claymont VFW*#
March 11 Montclair, NJ @ Uncle Slevs*
March 12 Amityville, NY @ Amityville Music Hall*
March 24 Burlington, VT @ Monkey House^
March 25 Sherbrooke, ON @ La Murdoch^
March 26 Montreal, QC @ La PBR^
March 27 Ottawa, ON @ Le Bistro^
March 28 Toronto, ON @ Hard Luck^
March 30 Buffalo, NY @ Sugar City^ %
March 31 Cleveland, OH @ Now That's Class%
April 1 Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary%
April 2 Chicago, IL @ Club Rectum%
April 3 Omaha, NE @ Midtown Art Supply
April 4 Cheyenne, WY @ Ernie November
* w/ Purge
^ w/ Old Wounds
% w/ Hollow Earth
# Full of Hell
Old Wounds' new EP, "Death Projection," is out today on Good Fight Music. Alternative Press is now hosting a stream of the entire EP, which is available below.
"Death Projection" was produced by Kevin Bernsten (Full of Hell, Mutilation Rites) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Modern Life Is War). As drummer Brandon Gallagher states, "It's more metal-influenced than any of our other material, and we all think it's our best."
The New Jersey crew is currently in the midst of the Invisible Oranges-sponsored "Death Projection Tour" with Exalt, and will hit the road again later this Fall with Vices. More...
"Bloodpact" is taken off the Jersey boys' new EP, "Death Projection," due out next week on Good Fight Music.
Old Wounds begin a North American tour this week with Canada's Exalt. The 'Wounds have also now unveiled a second fall tour, kicking off in October, which sees the band shoot down the East Coast with Floridian bloozer-bruisers Vices and includes a stop at Fest 13 in Gainesville. More...
Mass Appeal today hosts the premiere of the newest track by Old Wounds. Check out "Ritual," off the New Jersey band's upcoming EP, "Death Projection," in the player below.
"Death Projection," due out out September 16th on Good Fight Music, was produced by Kevin Bernsten (Full of Hell, Mutilation Rites) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Modern Life Is War).
With Old Wounds' new EP, "Death Projection," due out September 16th on Good Fight Music, the New Jersey crew announces a September tour with Canada's Exalt.
Presented by Invisible Oranges, the two-week run sees Old Wounds and Exalt tear across the U.S. and Canada, including a stop at Koi Fest in Exalt's hometown of Kitchener, Onatrio, with Every Time I Die, Protest the Hero, Expire, and more.
Old Wounds released debut LP From "Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest" last year, and the upcoming new EP "Death Projection" was produced by Kevin Bernsten (Full of Hell, Mutilation Rites) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Modern Life Is War). Catch the band live supporting the release on these dates:
Sep 12 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Wunderloft
Sep 13 - Philadelphia, PA @ Golden Tea House
Sep 14 - Bellaire, OH @ Rock Hill Community Center
Sep 15 - Morgantown, WV @ 123 Pleasant St
Sep 16 - Toledo, OH @ Ottawa Tavern
Sep 17 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Take Hold
Sep 18 - Royal Oak, MI @ Genesis Church
Sep 19 - Ajax, ON @ Rotilicious
Sep 20 - Kitchener, ON @ Koi Fest
Sep 22 - Montreal, QC @ il Motore
Sep 23 - Haverhill, MA @ Anchors Up
Sep 24 - North Haven, CT @ Up All Night Collective
Sep 25 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ My Pizza Place
Sep 26 - Brooklyn, NY @ Grand Victory
Sep 27 - New York, NY @ ABC No Rio More...
Old Wounds has teamed up with Revolver Magazine to unleash "Dead Beat Blues," the opening call-to-arms off the New Jersey band's upcoming new EP, "Death Projection." Check out the song below.
Produced by Kevin Bernsten (Full of Hell, Mutilation Rites) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Modern Life Is War), "Death Projection" is due out September 16th on Good Fight Music.
Good Fight has launched "Death Projection" pre-orders today at the label's official online store – the EP can be ordered as a color vinyl 7", along with various merch options. The track listing is as follows:
1. Dead Beat Blues
4. Epilogue of a Possession
Extensive U.S. touring is in the works now for the Fall around Good Fight's release of "Death Projection." Stand by for details. More...
Good Fight Music proudly announces the newest addition to its family: Old Wounds. Good Fight will release Old Wounds' new EP, "Death Projection," on September 16th.
Born in the New Jersey hardcore scene of the late '00s, Old Wounds picked up momentum with the 2013 release of its debut LP, "From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest." Of that album, Pitchfork reported: "The trio emerges irate here, lashing ahead at a furious hardcore clip alongside screams about tears and disappointment... [Old Wounds] pairs the maudlin pages of high school diaries with a grown-ass band's precision and power."
In the months to come, Old Wounds proved itself a relentless DIY machine, setting out on back-to-back U.S. tours with peers like The Banner, Full of Hell, and Vices, and teaming up for various split releases.
With drummer Brandon Gallagher creating all the band's artwork (and also contributing design work to labels like Three One G and Bridge 9), Old Wounds' identity came into sharp focus: a self-sufficient, road-hungry crew of young bucks, cloaked in bold graphics, reviving the spirit of turn-of the-millennium metallic hardcore for the next generation.
Stand by for all the upcoming details about "Death Projection" and see a video welcoming the band to Good Fight below. More...
"NYC Sucks, Volume 4" is now available online as a stream and free download. Check out the tracks below, or download the compilation at MetalSucks.net here.
NYC Sucks is a 100% free music compilation series that celebrates some of the best bands of the New York City metal scene.
Volume 4 includes A Pale Horse Named Death, Extinction A.D., Mutilation Rites, Torrential Downpour, Pigs, and more.
The full track listing is as follows:
1. Extinction A.D. – “Mummified”
2. Torrential Downpour - “TKV”
3. Artificial Brain – “Absorbing Black Ignition”
4. Dead Empires – “Five Day Death”
5. Family – “Precedent”
6. Old Wounds – “It Can’t Rain All the Time”
7. Pigs – “If I’m In Luck”
8. White Widows Pact – “Collateral Damage”
9. Alekhine’s Gun – “Crown of Knives (Tsoncha Korlo)”
10. Flaming Tusk – “Thousand Year Plan”
11. Mutilation Rites – “Fogwarning”
12. Fin’Amor – “Bleed the Oceans”
13. A Pale Horse Named Death – “Shallow Grave” More...
To mark today's release of the Old Wounds/Trenchfoot split seven-inch on Melotov Records, New Noise Magazine presents a stream of the entire record. Check it out below.
Currently in the midst of a U.S. tour that included a slot on this year's The Power of the Riff Festival in LA, road dogs Old Wounds hail from New Jersey and play a searing brand of metallic hardcore that recalls 90s scene definers like Turmoil and Disembodied. A recent review on Pitchfork referred to Old Wounds as "furious hardcore" and praised the band's "concision and power."
From upstate New York, Trenchfoot churn out an even darker shade of hardcore, evoking the epic, depressive laments of Cursed and Tragedy.
Both bands' material for the split was recorded by Kevin Bernsten at Developing Nations (Pulling Teeth, Full of Hell). More...
The fourth annual installment of the The Power Of The Riff festival in Los Angeles is now just a week away, the event including a pre-party on Friday, August 9th at The Echo and two-stage, full-day lineup Saturday, August 10th, at both The Echo and Echoplex.
Amidst the massive roster of crushing newcomer acts and classic heavyweights set to execute sets over the two-day fest, one of the main headlining performances of the weekend will be the original lineup of LA crossover act Final Conflict - founder Jeff Harp, vocalist Ron Martinez and bassist Warren Renfrow (Manic Hispanic, Cadillac Tramps) - for the first time in 24 years.
In the 1980s, Final Conflict was part of the first wave of punk bands to be labeled "crossover," with a sonic mix of Discharge meeting Black Sabbath coupled with political lyrics the appropriate soundtrack to inspire a troublemaker to slam, headbang, or throw a brick at a cop... and sometimes all three.
The band will perform 1987's "Ashes To Ashes" LP in sequence as well as early demo material. Although older, the band has no intentions of “phoning it in” - expect a brutal and energetic set.
Additional headlining acts The Obsessed, M.D.C., From Ashes Rise, Black Breath, Iceburn, and others join more than twenty additional bands including Early Graves, Mammoth Grinder, Bastard Noise, Dead in the Dirt, and tons more taking part in the melee. The lineup is:
Friday, August 9th @ The Echo // pre-party:
Black Breath, Early Graves, Obliterations, Nomads, Creative Adult
Saturday, August 10th @ The Echo & Echoplex
The Obsessed, Final Conflict, From Ashes Rise, M.D.C., Iceburn, Iron Lung, Mammoth Grinder, Bastard Noise, Condition, Dead In The Dirt, Baptists, Replica, Completed Exposition, Centuries, Wartorn, Territory, Whip Hand, Children Of God, Old Wounds, Opposition Rising
Revolver Magazine today presents the exclusive premiere of Old Wounds' new video, "An Ode To Love." Watch the clip below. The following press release was also issued about the video:
"An Ode To Love captures the New Jersey boys' signature sound, rooted in the impassioned metallic hardcore of bands like Turmoil.
"The song appears on Old Wounds' upcoming new split seven-inch with Trenchfoot, out August 13th on Melotov Records. Both bands' material for the split was recorded by Kevin Bernsten at Developing Nations (Pulling Teeth, Full of Hell).
"With over 70 shows booked so far this year, Old Wounds complete another full US run in August, including an appearance at The Power of the Riff Festival in Los Angeles (featuring The Obsessed, Hirax, Final Conflict, From Ashes Rise, Black Breath, and more)." More...