Harm’s Way To Kickoff Summer Tour with Jesus Piece

Harm’s Way kicks off their North American headline tour this week with support from provided by Jesus Piece, Portrayal Of Guilt, and Fuming Mouth. The near-two-week trek will begin August 7th on their home turf of Chicago, Illinois and runs through August 18th in Washington, DC. Tickets on sale now. The band continues to support their album Posthuman, and a remix EP of Posthuman titled PSTHMN out now on Metal Blade Records. Continue reading

Harm’s Way – Posthuman

One of my favorite occurrences in the heavy music world of today is when a Hardcore band with metallic influences can reach fans of both realms. Harm’s Way has done this for a few releases now, but their latest, Posthuman (Metal Blade), is certainly their best collective effort to date. Making the jump to Metal Blade was a clear sign that the Chicago natives are looking to further stretch boundaries of Heavy Metal and Hardcore. Continue reading

Harms Way – “Become A Machine” Video Released

Harms Way will be unleashing their new album, Posthuman, on Friday via Metal Blade, and to help you get more excited for its release, we have another punishing new song for your ear holes today. Continue reading

Harms Way – “Call My Name” Single Released

Harms Way recently confirmed that they will be unleashing their highly anticipated new album, Posthuman, on February 9th via Metal Blade Records. Along with that announcement came the ‘Human Carrying Capacity’ single, and we have another new song for your ear holes today. Continue reading

Harms Way, Ringworm, Vein, Queensway Tour Dates

Harms Way recently announced that they will be unleashing their highly anticipated new album, Posthuman, on February 9th via Metal Blade, and now we have the first tour dates in support of the new material. Continue reading

Harms Way Release New Song – “Human Carrying Capacity”

Harms Way have now confirmed that they will be unleashing their highly anticipated new album, Posthuman, on February 9th via Metal Blade Records. What can fans expect? Bo Lueders says, “To a Harms Way fan, I would describe ‘Posthuman’ as a blend of ‘Isolation’ (2011) and ‘Rust’ (2015), but it’s sonically way more insane. To anyone else, I would simply say it’s full on heavy and full on aggression.

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