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Old Wounds Inks Deal With Good Fight

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.

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