Don’t let the name and the pink album cover fool you; Deez Nuts are out to stomp yours.
Originally a one-man band formed a decade ago in Melbourne, Australia—that man being JJ Peters, one-time drummer of I Killed the Prom Queen—Deez Nuts have spent the last ten years showing crowds and critics across the world that, despite their name, they are no joke. Continue reading →
They have just wrapped up production on their debut full-length release at the Machine Shop in Belleville, New Jersey with producer Will Putney (Body Count, Vision Of Disorder, The Acacia Strain), the man also responsible for mixing and mastering the album. Now confirmed to wear the title Ultimate Annihilation, the new album takes the riotous, straightforward energy of the band’s previous recordings to a dynamic new level of ferociousness through a dozen crushing tracks of full-bore Jersey hardcore. Ultimate Annihilation also bears guest vocal contributions from Justice Tripp (Trapped Under Ice,Angel Du$t), Brendan Garrone (Incendiary), and Gregory Falchetto (The Mongoloids), and has is fitted with cover artwork by Jesse Schallart (Skeletonwitch, Xibalba, Discourse).Troy, New York-based Closed Casket Activities, also responsible for Suburban Scum’s split LP with Xibalba, will release Ultimate Annihilation on vinyl as well as through all major digital platforms early this Summer with a final street date to be announced shortly.
Ultimate Annihilation Track Listing: 1. The Beginning Of The End 2. Ultimate Annihilation 3. Forced Through Fire 4. Zero Tolerence 5. Love And Hate 6. Pain Is Promised 7. Ready For War 8. Misery Loves Company 9. Six Feet Under 10. Watch It Burn 11. The Calm Before The Storm 12. Death Is Destiny
Suburban Scum Tour Dates: Mar 03: Korova – San Antonio, TX Mar 04: Electric Banana – El Paso, TX Mar 05: Launchpad – Albuquerque, NM Mar 06: Nile Underground – Mesa, AZ Mar 07: The Echo – Los Angeles, CA Mar 08: Metro Sideroom – Oakland, CA Mar 09: RBU Davis University – Sacramento, CA Mar 10: Holland Project – Reno, NV Mar 11: Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT Mar 12: Marquis Theater – Denver, CO Mar 13: Vaudeville Mews – Des Moines, IA Mar 14: Minehaha Freespace – Minneapolis, MN Mar 15: The Borg Ward – Milwaukee, WI Mar 16: The Beat Kitchen – Chicago, IL Mar 17: The Foundry – Cleveland, OH Mar 18: Legends – Covington, KY Mar 19: The Demo – St Louis, MO Mar 20: The Conservatory – Oklahoma City, OK Mar 21: Walters – Houston, TX Mar 22: QuikTrip Park – Grand Prairie, TX (South By So What?!) Apr 10: Game Changer World – Howell, NJ (w/ No Warning, Breakdown, Foundation, Think I Care, King Nine) Apr 18: The Palladium – Worcester, MA (New England Metal & Hardcore Fest) May 16: Webster Hall – New York, NY (Black N’ Blue Bowl)
Canadian hardcore/punk outfit No Warning has added a second show on April 11, 2015, in addition to their now sold out April 10th show at GameChangerWorld in Howell, NJ. These are their first shows since their 2005 show in Quebec City, QC.
Defunct Canadian hardcore/punk outfit No Warning will play their first North American show in nearly ten years on April 10, 2015 at GameChangerWorld in Howell, NJ. Their last show was in Quebec City, QC in 2005.
Since the band’s split, band frontman Ben Cook has been a third guitarist with Fucked Up, while guitarist Jordan Posner has been playing in Terror.
The band commented on their return:
“On April 10th, No Warning will play our first North American show in 10 years. The state of the world and our system of life is as ugly as ever and it is time to express our disgust in the one way we know how. It’s been a strange journey for our band but we feel very blessed that people still get down with our music. Come April 2015 on the Jersey shore we will share that appreciation. The full line up with some new and old friends will be announced a little later. It will not disappoint. Still ill.”