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YAITW debuts its bloody new video for “Final Dose”


It’s been three years since North Carolina’s Young And In The Way released its hardcore-meets-black-metal debut, I Am Not What I Am. Now slightly less young YAITW has unleashed a new full-length, When Life Comes To Death, on Deathwish Inc., the label cofounded by Converge’s Jacob Bannon. It’s even more vicious and visceral than its predecessor, as evidenced by the crust-caked, gore-smeared video for “Final Dose,” which is being debuted here. There’s no guarantee that the band’s upcoming set on July 23 at the Middle East Downstairs in Cambridge, Massachusetts—as part of this year’s inaugural Deathwish Fest—will be as bloody. But it might not be much of a stretch. 

When Life Comes To Death is available now via Deathwish Inc.

Trash Talk is doing it right. I’m amazed that these guys have never been called sellouts for associating with Odd Future, Vans, or any of their other corporate sponsors. Not that think they are sell outs, but you know, I assume kids get mad at anything. Or maybe the generation that does get mad at corproate sponsorship is too old to like Trash Talk. Young kids don’t care, they just want to get in for free.
And Trash Talk hears them, which is why they teamed up with herbal vaporizer manufacturer GPen to create a tour where every show will be all ages and require no money to get in. Here are the dates:
6/9 Tampa, FL 6/10 Miami, FL 6/12 Atlanta, GA 6/13 Richmond, VA 6/14 Baltimore, MD 6/15 Philadelphia, PA 6/17 Brooklyn, NY 6/18 Pittsburgh, PA 6/19 Columbus, OH 6/20 Detroit, MI 6/21 Chicago, IL 6/22 Iowa City, IA 6/23 Omaha, NE 6/24 Denver, CO 6/25 Salt Lake City, UT 6/27 Oakland, CA 6/28 Los Angeles, CA
Leftbrain and other special guests will be opening the shows. To get venue information and tickets you must RSVP on GPen’s website.

Trash Talk is doing it right. I’m amazed that these guys have never been called sellouts for associating with Odd Future, Vans, or any of their other corporate sponsors. Not that think they are sell outs, but you know, I assume kids get mad at anything. Or maybe the generation that does get mad at corproate sponsorship is too old to like Trash Talk. Young kids don’t care, they just want to get in for free.

And Trash Talk hears them, which is why they teamed up with herbal vaporizer manufacturer GPen to create a tour where every show will be all ages and require no money to get in. Here are the dates:

6/9 Tampa, FL
6/10 Miami, FL
6/12 Atlanta, GA
6/13 Richmond, VA
6/14 Baltimore, MD
6/15 Philadelphia, PA
6/17 Brooklyn, NY
6/18 Pittsburgh, PA
6/19 Columbus, OH
6/20 Detroit, MI
6/21 Chicago, IL
6/22 Iowa City, IA
6/23 Omaha, NE
6/24 Denver, CO
6/25 Salt Lake City, UT
6/27 Oakland, CA
6/28 Los Angeles, CA

Leftbrain and other special guests will be opening the shows. To get venue information and tickets you must RSVP on GPen’s website.

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Strap On Your White Belts, The Blood Brothers Have Returned: An Interview with Jordan Blilie
Having discovered The Blood Brothers late, in 2003, at twenty-eight years of age rather than fifteen, I feel I can speak of them without nostalgic gloss. I don’t love Blood Brothers because they were the soundtrack to my first piercing or that they happened to exist at the exact moment I failed to be invited to Prom.  If anything, being older than them I should begrudge them their success the same way I begrudge everyone else in the world theirs.
But I don’t. I love The Blood Brothers like cows love salt and writers love 285 Kent. I think they made some of the finest Rock & Roll songs of the aughts and I’ll threaten to fight you on the Internet and not back down till the very last second if you disagree. Their last few albums combined the propulsion of artsy hardcore and the bravado of straight up (or maybe sideways, by way of Mike Patton) glam. Tedious hardcore dudes (who used codes like “hipster” and “tight pants’ and “PC” to hint at what they really meant) and tedious indie dudes (who grouped them in with Hot Topic bands as though hating young people was enough to stave off death) hated them equally, tedious teeth set on edge by either the guitar squall, the rhythm section that gleefully veered from disco to blast-beats in an instant, or the high pitched vocals and lyrics that were one part Antioch Arrow and two parts Argento.
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noiseymusic:

Strap On Your White Belts, The Blood Brothers Have Returned: An Interview with Jordan Blilie

Having discovered The Blood Brothers late, in 2003, at twenty-eight years of age rather than fifteen, I feel I can speak of them without nostalgic gloss. I don’t love Blood Brothers because they were the soundtrack to my first piercing or that they happened to exist at the exact moment I failed to be invited to Prom.  If anything, being older than them I should begrudge them their success the same way I begrudge everyone else in the world theirs.

But I don’t. I love The Blood Brothers like cows love salt and writers love 285 Kent. I think they made some of the finest Rock & Roll songs of the aughts and I’ll threaten to fight you on the Internet and not back down till the very last second if you disagree. Their last few albums combined the propulsion of artsy hardcore and the bravado of straight up (or maybe sideways, by way of Mike Patton) glam. Tedious hardcore dudes (who used codes like “hipster” and “tight pants’ and “PC” to hint at what they really meant) and tedious indie dudes (who grouped them in with Hot Topic bands as though hating young people was enough to stave off death) hated them equally, tedious teeth set on edge by either the guitar squall, the rhythm section that gleefully veered from disco to blast-beats in an instant, or the high pitched vocals and lyrics that were one part Antioch Arrow and two parts Argento.

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