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Harm’s Way Debut New Song "Human Carrying Capacity" From Upcoming New Album "Posthuman"

Harm’s Way‘s fourth full-length release “Posthuman” will officiallybe released on February 09th through Metal Blade. Below you can find a stream of the first single off of the Will Putney (Body Count, Every Time I Die) produced effort, which is titled “Human Carrying Capacity“.

Guitarist Bo Lueders said of what to expect from the album:

“To a Harm’s Way fan, I would describe ‘Posthuman‘ as a blend of ‘Isolation‘ and ‘Rust‘, but it’s sonically way more insane. To anyone else, I would simply say it’s full on heavy and full on aggression.”

Drummer Chris Mills states:

“We spent the first three days there [at Graphic Nature Audio] doing pre-production and refining the songs to be the best possible versions of themselves. The amount of time we had in creating this record meant we were able to experiment and not have to rush with any aspect of it, and I feel it shows in the end product. It very much pulls from ideas of transcendence, progression, and resilience and it’s very much a push back on traditional ideas of the self and self-actualization. ‘Posthuman‘ to us is about progressing above and beyond the confines of what is considered human, in the physical, psychological, and categorical sense.”

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