Inter Arma are releasing their Garbers Days Revisited covers record, recorded in between tours in support of their critically acclaimed 2019 full-length Sulphur English! The band just dropped a phenomenal cover of Nine Inch Nails classic hit “March of the Pigs”, from their album The Downward Spiral. Purchase and stream the track here!
Inter Arma Comments:
“Hi. We released our cover of Nine Inch Nails’ March of the Pigs this past Tuesday, but felt it would have been inappropriate to latch onto the outrage we’re all experiencing to promote a cover album, even if by happenstance. If you want to hear it, it’s out there. In the meantime, we suggest that you continue to fight against police brutality and institutionalized racism however you can. It’s working. If you’ve got the means, please consider giving a few or a lot of dollars to the Richmond Community Bail Fund and/or BEAM (Black Emotional And Mental Health). Links below. Black Lives Matter.
Garbers Days Revisited is due out July 10th on CD/LP/Digital. Physical packages are available for pre-order via Relapse.com HERE. Digital Downloads/Streaming Services are available http://relapse.com/inter-arma-garbers-days-revisited/
Garbers Days Revisited, named after the band’s former practice space, was once again tracked at Dark Art Audio in Madison, TN. Inter Arma show off their wide array of influences, tackling covers by Nine Inch Nails, Prince, Cro-Mags, and more. Garbers Days Revisited sees Inter Arma redefining the very aspects of the music that inspired and influenced them from their very beginnings.
“Hunter Thompson used to punch out pages of Ernest Hemingway on his typewriter just to get the feeling of what it was like to write that way,” drummer T.J. Childers comments. “The same can be said for anyone learning a great cover song: there’s a lot to be deduced from the information there. Actually learning the songs can lead to inspirational, new musical ideas.”
Inter Arma’s inspiration can indeed be felt throughout the 8 tracks therein; from the melancholic, spoken intro leading to the explosive, riff-heavy take on the Neil Young classic “Southern Man”, to the nearly pitch-black metallic approach of Hüsker Dü’s “The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill”, every song on Garbers Days Revisited captures the sounds that make Inter Arma one of the scene’s most unique and creative bands.
Childers continues, “Covers have been an integral part of Inter Arma since the beginning of the band and some of these songs have a direct lineage while others are a little more… obscure. As timing would have it, we hope this provides a bit of an escape for listeners, given the surreal circumstances we’re in at the moment, because after all, great art should provide an escape which is part of why we chose to do this: sometimes you just wanna be runnin’ down a dream…”
Inter Arma Is:
Mike Paparo – vocals
T.J. Childers – drums
Steven Russell – guitars
Trey Dalton – guitars
Andrew Lacour – bass