Pitchfork presents the premiere of Gaza's "The Vipers", off the band's third album No Absolutes in Human Suffering.
Pitchfork's Brandon Stosuy paints Gaza as "a twisting, warping, hardcore-influenced spin on noisy grind n' roll... This is smart, enraged grindcore for people who don't necessarily think they like the stuff."
No Absolutes in Human Suffering was produced by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou (Torche, Today Is the Day). The CD release is set for August 28 on Black Market Activities, with a vinyl release to follow. The CD and vinyl can be pre-ordered via IndieMerch. The album is now available digitally via iTunes.