Entries Tagged ‘Deathwish Inc.’

Harm’s Way share video for “Left To Disintegrate,” tour (2015)

Harm’s Way are continuing to tour in support of their newly-released LP, Rust, which came out this past March on Deathwish Inc.  The band’s UK/European jaunt kicks off next week in Kingston before they make their way to Temples Festival and continue on through Europe as part of the Deathwish Fest alongside Converge, Trap Them, [...]

Stomping Grounds: Bo Lueders of Wolfnote on Chicago, Illinois

Comprised of members of Harm’s Way, Chicago trio Wolfnote prepares to release its self-titled debut EP, June 9 on Head2Wall Records.  Stream “Luna,” the opening track off Wolfnote, exclusively via Alternative Press, here. Wolfnote was recorded by Andy Nelson (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos, Exalt) at Bricktop Recordings in Chicago, and mastered by Carl Saff (Guided By [...]

Planes Mistaken For Stars’ Mercy gets reissue, band tours (2015)

Planes Mistaken For Stars formed in Peoria, Illinois in 1997, and relocated to Denver Colorado in 1999. From the outset, they were an artistic anomaly; carrying both a worn rust belt heart and a warm midwestern soul. Collectively the band combined different kinds of musical rebellion; hardcore aggression, punk energy, and gritty rock n’ roll [...]

Code Orange to tour with Harm’s Way, Eternal Sleep (2015)

Deathwish Inc. label mates Code Orange and Harm’s Way have announced a batch of tour dates in March, with Eternal Sleep as support.  Check out the tour routing below. March 13  Columbus, OH @ Skully’s March 14  New Albany, IN @ New Albany Production House March 15  Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom March 17  Houston, [...]

Harm’s Way announces world tour (2015), readies debut

Chicago’s Harm’s Way have announced a slew of new tour dates that span Planet Earth: North America, Southeast Asia, Australia & Japan in January, February and March.  Check out the band’s tour routing below, which includes headline and support shows. The band recently wrapped recording their Deathwish debut full-length with Andy Nelson at Bricktop Recording [...]

Burning Love ready EP for Deathwish Inc.

Toronto hardcore punk outfit Burning Love will soon release a new EP with Deathwish Inc. Burning Love, fronted by Chris Colohan (Cursed, Left For Dead, etc.), recorded the EP with Josh Korody (Fucked Up) at Candle Recording Studio in Toronto and the effort will feature two songs, “Down So Long” and “Medicine Man.” A release [...]

Punch ready LP, tour (2014)

Punch is a socially conscious hardcore band from San Francisco, CA.  They carry a recognizably fast, heavy sound with pulverizing breakdowns, intelligent song structures and absolutely plastering vocals.  Their debut EP, Eyeless (2008), Self-Titled LP (2009) and second LP Push Pull (2010) were joint releases on record labels 625 Thrashcore and Discos Huelga.  Their 2011 EP Nothing Lasts was released by a partnership [...]

Punch ready They Don’t Have to Believe, tour (2014)

California fastcore outfit Punch will be heading out on the road in September to support their new album, They Don’t Have to Believe. They Don’t Have to Believe is set to be released August 19 via Deathwish (preorder).  September 7 – Brooklyn, NY – Death by Audio September 8 – Boston, MA September 9 – [...]

Coliseum release deluxe reissue, tour (2014)

To celebrate Coliseum’s 10th anniversary, Deathwish Inc. is proud to present the Coliseum Deluxe Reissue: A twenty song collection featuring their classic self titled debut album (out of print since 2006) paired with eight essential bonus tracks from their primordial years. Originally recorded by Jason Loewenstein of Sebadoh and now fully remixed by Joel Grind [...]

You Indie Feature: Patrick Kindlon of Self Defense Family

(Editor’s note: I originally wrote this story for Ghettoblaster Magazine, issue 37.) Self Defense Family lyricist/vocalist Patrick Kindlon is a complex dude.  Part comedian, part curmudgeon he is self-critical, idiosyncratic, and honest in ways that likely immediately endeared him to his closest friends and quickly put him at odds with others.  But he’s not worried [...]