Pay No Respect Signs With In At The Deep End Records
In At The Deep End Records is extremely proud to announce that Pay No Respect has joined the label's roster with a plan to release the "Hope for The Hopeless" EP in late August/early September and then a full length album in 2015. IATDE Records comments:
"Pay No Respect, one of UK's most relentless & hard working names in hardcore. After countless road trips, years of touring around Europe and Asia alike, Pay No Respect hit the studio this summer to record 'Hope For The Hopeless', a four track EP and their first release since 2012 and the first introduction to Pay No Respect as a five piece. With new member and second guitarist Jack Price in tow, this new turning point promises to be more dynamic, louder and heavier than before.
"'Hope For The Hopeless' has 3 brand new crushing hardcore anthems and a rework of their 'This World Is Ours' a track which has never been released but it's official video has had over 153,000 views. The EP will be recorded at Hidden Track Studios by Oz Craggs (Feed The Rhino's Bass Player) and artwork has already been supplied by 'Too Many Skulls (by Raf The Might)' (Slayer, Machine Head, Earth Crisis)!!
"Pay No Respect can be seen live in the next couple of month at Hevy Fest and this weeks Ghostfest and also on the massive 'Hell On Earth Tour' a full European tour with Unearth, Shadows Fall, The Acacia Strain & War Of Ages!!"
The "Hope For The Hopeless" ep will be available digitally from the end of August and on 7" vinyl by mid-September, with dates to be confirmed very soon.
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