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Post-hardcore outfit Less Art (Kowloon Walled City, Curl Up and Die, Thrice) have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Strangled Light, via NPR. Titled “Diana the Huntress”, the storming track unleashes violent angular vitriol across three raging minutes. Super Unison and ex-Punch vocalist Meghan O’Neill-Pennie lends her vicious scream to the track as well. Check out the tune after the break.
Strangled Light will be released on July 28 via Gilead Media.
Read our review of the record here.
Post-hardcore trio Super Unison (ex-Punch) have premiered their debut full-length, Auto, at CLRVYNT. The album will officially be released this Friday, October 14, via Deathwish and can be purchased here. The record is full of surging post-hardcore actions that captures the raw emotion and angularity of the genre’s heyday, while simultaneously ushering in a fresh take on the genre. Stream the record after the break.
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Post-hardcore trio Super Unison (ex-Punch) have premiered the official video for their track “You Don’t Tell Me” at She Shreds. The track, which appears on the group’s upcoming debut LP Auto, deals with the underestimation and belittlement of women in modern society. As vocalist/bassist Meghan O’Neil Pennie tells She Shreds:
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Oakland post-hardcore trio Super Unison (ex-Punch) have announced the release of their full-length debut. The new record will be titled Auto and will be released on October 14 via Deathwish Inc. The release was recorded with Jack Shirley at Atomic Garden Studios (Deafheaven, et al) and features 12 new tracks of textured, intricate and driving post-hardcore that harks back to the earliest days of the genre. The first single from the record, “Time & Distance”, can now be streamed Noisey.
The album’s artwork and track listing can be found after the break along with the band’s forthcoming touring schedule.
Pre-order the record here.