Milwaukee hardcore outfit Cross Me have signed with Bridge Nine and are currently writing a new EP and will head back into Howl Street Recordings with Shane Hochstetler (Expire, Enabler), who’s recorded the band’s past work, later this year to track it. Artwork will be handled by illustrator/designer Jesse Schaller (Suburban Scum, Discourse).
May 27: The Sandbox – Kansas City, MO (w/ Megawave, Worthless, Noisehead) May 28: Underground Rock Shop – Des Moines, IA (w/ Worthless, Submerged, Pipe Bomb, Cut the Tongue)
After The Fall is streaming “Reflection,” off their debutBridge Nine full length release Dedication below. Recorded at The Blasting Room with prolific punk superproducer Bill Stevenson (Rise Against, NOFX, Alkaline Trio), they penned a riffy and dynamic love letter to their influences and friends come and gone. The LP is a dedication to original bassist and friend Brian J Peters who passed away in October of 2013 and will be available on all formats on May 12th, 2015.
Dedication Track Listing: 01: Reflection 02: Dedication 03: Elisa 04: Condolences 05: Somehow 06: Twenty Nine 07: Ill Fate 08: Lived Fast 09: Time Will End 10: Indian Ladder
After the Fall – On Tour: Mar 25: Albany (w/ Teenage Bottlerocket) Mar 27: Long Island (w/ Nightbirds) Apr 27: San Diego Apr 28: Tecate (MX) Apr 29: Tijuana (MX) Apr 30: Queretaro (MX) May 01: San Luis Potosi (MX) May 02: Guadalajara (MX) May 03: Mexico City (MX) Dedication Release Shows: May 12: Boston (w/ Heartsounds) May 13: Brooklyn (w/ Heartsounds) May 14: Albany (w/ Heartsounds) May 15-17: Pouzza – Montreal, QC (Pouzzafest)
Modern Pain will enter the studio on March 7, 2015 with Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, War Hungry, Inquisition) to record their yet-to-be-titled debut full-length that Bridge Nine will release later this summer. Stream their Self Deconstruction EP (2014, Six Feet Under Records) here and check out the band online here.
Terror are famed for being one of the most intense live acts in modern music and fresh from the release of latest album Live By The Code, Martin Stewart (guitar) spoke to Ghost Cultabout the impact he feels it’s had on the current hardcore scene, the musical inspiration behind it and his own personal beliefs on nihilism. Continue reading →