Caustic London punx Good Throb have gone and put a bloody LP out. You can get it in the UK via the ever-great SuperFi or in the States from Sabermetric or White Denim.
Corrections House - the industrial-cum-noise-rock powerhouse featuring members of Neurosis, Eyehategod, Yakuza and Minsk - will play a one-off UK date on Saturday 12th April at Birthdays in London.
The gig follows the release of their 'Last City Zero' album via Neurot Recordings and a stint at this year's Roadburn Festival. Support comes from Consumer Electronics and Necro Deathmort.
Here's how you tell everyone you have a new record out, by having a great song to go with it. Baton Rouge's LP "Totem" is out one day.
Philadelphia, PA's Little Big League and Newtown, CT's Ovlov. will be releasing a split 7" and it is set for a July release on the enduringly consistent Tiny Engines. I know nothing about LBL but am always up for hearing more from Ovlov after their cracking LP 'am' that came out last year on Exploding In Sound. No songs to hear yet but no doubt that will happen next in the inevitable slow burn that seemingly occurs with all musical releases in the mid 2010s.
Three originals and a Vic Chestnutt cover. Sounds heavy. Most likely will be.
Tankcrimes have raided the vaults for a reissue of the debut LP from LA metal punx Final Conflict. Originally released by Pusmort in '87 and then reissued by Relapse in '94, this expanded edition has been remastered by Jack Control. The CD version features the bands '85 demo as bunce while the vinyl edition features some extra photos and stuff.
Four new tracks from Hero Dishonest, who've been around for 15 years. Cor. The title means 'Everything Falls Apart' and they do a Proletariat cover.