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Throwdown Reveals "Intolerance" Album Details

Southern California's Throwdown is set to release "Intolerance" on January 21st, 2014. The new LP will be the band's first since "Deathless" was released back in 2009. Frontman Dave Peters weighs in on the announcement:

"Completing this record felt great in so many respects, most important of which was the opportunity to finally give longtime supporters of the band this music that I've had swirling around in my head over the past four years.

"The variety of people from different places and scenes, who have found the band through vastly different avenues over the past 15 or so years, will each get into it for their own unique reasons I think. And for those who think it’s junk, it’s only about 28 minutes they have to regret."

"Deathless" and "Vendetta" collaborator Zeuss (Hatebreed, Crowbar, Demon Hunter) returned to mix the new record. The new album was recorded at Hurley Recordings in Costa Mesa, California with producer Davey Warsop and mixed at Planet Z.

"Intolerance" features guitar solo contributions from Dave Nassie (Bleeding Through, No Use For A Name, Infectious Grooves), who joined Throwdown’s recent touring lineup alongside Demon Hunter drummer Tim “Yogi” Watts and "Deathless" era bassist Mark Mitchell. The track listing is as follows:

1. Fight Or Die
2. Borrowed Time
3. Avow
4. Hardened By Consequence
5. Defend with Violence
6. Suffer, Conquer.
7. Cut Away
8. Intolerance
9. Without Weakness
10. Born and Buried Alone
11. Condemned to Live

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1. BrokenFace writes:

Please be more like old skool hardcore not so much Pantera rip offs. I loved these guys first 4 albums then they hit me with deathless. It was not what i was expecting or wanted from this band. Hopefully they have returned to the roots so to speak.

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2. aFan writes:

To Throwdown, feel free to ignore the above comment, do what you guys want and continue to progress. Personally I love the newer era stuff, nice riffs and got some depth \m/\m/

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3. BrokenFace writes:

Judging from the 28 minute length of the album and there single ive heard off it, id say it was more haymaker times. That means good times for my ears. An to the comment above "progress" is not what deathless was if anything it was going backwards copying pantera is not moving forward. This is just my opinion tho Im not bashing the band I have mad respect for Throwdown no matter what.

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4. ZMA writes:

I'm the guy who loved Deathless lol.

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5. BrokenFace writes:

I guess im the minority on this one

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6. Dallas from Phoenix writes:

Still a good band, I only listen to 4-5 hard core bands in total, going to a live show is out of the question, too many A$$holes in attendance

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