GODHUNTER is finalizing the last few details on their imminent debut full-length release, City Of Dust.
While the brutalizing Tucson-based sludgecore quintet, GODHUNTER, has amassed a plethora of independent recordings since their late 2009 inception, including several split vinyl releases, and their 2011-released Wolves EP, City Of Dust marks the band’s first official LP. The band already bears an undeniable kinship to goliaths Noothgrush, Weedeater, Bongzilla and Sourvein, yet the sprawling LP shows the band exploring even more depth, with more sonically-destructive tones, more diverse, melodic song structures and even acoustic strings and gravelly, clean vocal segments atop the sun-baked bed of earthmoving roared vocals and gang chants. More than simply a collection of songs amassed for the purpose of releasing an album, City Of Dust presents a fully conceptual statement, lyrically delivering a political by-the-throat theme which unravels through the bitter finale. The album’s eight anthems engulf exactly fifty minutes of brand new material, recorded with trusted cohort Ryan Butler (Landmine Marathon, Unruh) at his Arcane Digital Studios (Exhumed, Misery Index), where GODHUNTER's Wolves EP also came to fruition.
Currently dismantling stages alongside the gore-obsessed death metal hooligans in Exhumed, today hardcore thrash mutants, IRON REAGAN, snap necks with “Mini Lights,” currently bludgeoning frequencies courtesy of Invisible Oranges.
Grimsby based hardcore punks The Departed are pleased to share the video for latest single ‘Memories Last’ today, after premiering it on the Rock Sound website. The video is made up from touring footage shot over various dates from their extensive schedule this year.
Peterborough based UK rock quintet Phoenix Calling are building up a steady ground swell with their debut single ‘Bring The Roof Down’ boasting some pretty impressive collaborative credentials for newcomers, as it features backing vocals from none other than Deaf Havana's James Veck-Gilodi.
No Clubs Presents:
The State Theatre
Wednesday, April 16th 2014
$22.00 day of show
On Sale: Friday, Dec. 13th at 10 a.m.