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Old Wounds/Trenchfoot Split Streaming Online

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...

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Trenchfoot Posts New Song Online

American Aftermath has presented the premiere of "Crimes of the Mind," a song off Trenchfoot's side of the new upcoming Old Wounds/Trenchfoot split, due out August 13th on Melotov Records. Check out the song below.

Young guns from upstate New York, Trenchfoot's dark, brooding hardcore has roots in the sounds of Tragedy, Cursed, and Converge. American Aftermath refers to Trenchfoot's latest work as a "scorching hardcore opus" and christens the Old Wounds/Trenchfoot collaboration "one of the gnarliest splits of the year."

All the material for the split was recorded by Kevin Bernsten at Developing Nations (Pulling Teeth, Full of Hell). Both of Trenchfoot's prior releases - a self-titled 7" and the "Endless Disgust" 7" - were recorded by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou at GodCity Studio.

Pre-order the split via Melotov Records here. More...

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Old Wounds Announces Split With Trenchfoot

For its next release, Southern California label Melotov Records sets it sights eastward for a split seven-inch featuring two ferocious young East Coast hardcore prospects: Old Wounds and Trenchfoot. The Old Wounds/Trenchfoot split is set for an August 13th vinyl and digital release on Melotov. The following press release was also issued:

"New Jersey trio Old Wounds, whose debut album, From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest, dropped in February to a storm of acclaim, have been touring all year, refining their live game alongside bands like Full of Hell. Taking their cues from metallic hardcore greats like Turmoil, Buried Alive, and Indecision, Old Wounds inject new life into the crushing, exhilarating vibe once wielded by that older generation of bands. Pitchfork.com described Old Wounds' debut as 'lashing ahead at a furious hardcore clip... [it] pairs the maudlin pages of high school diaries with a grown-ass band's concision and power.' With a schedule of over 70 shows so far in 2013, the workhorses show no signs of slowing down. They are confirmed to play the heralded The Power of the Riff Festival in Los Angeles in August as part of a full US summer tour and they plan to hit Europe this fall with none other than Trenchfoot.

"Old Wounds' side of the Melotov split was recorded by Kevin Bernsten at Developing Nations (Pulling Teeth, Full of Hell) and mastered by Dan Randall at Mammoth Sound (Capitalist Casualties, Magrudergrind).

"From upstate New York's Hudson Valley, Trenchfoot are another awesome young band carrying forth the metallic hardcore power of their older brothers' era into a new realm. Their dark, heavy sound nods to the manic depression of Cursed and the epic crust of Tragedy, and they have cut their teeth in the past two years playing with every hardcore band that matters, from Agnostic Front to Converge. More...

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