Tuesday, August 12, 2014

OLD WOUNDS Death Projection Tour


With Old Wounds' new EP, Death Projection, out September 16th on Good Fight Music, the New Jersey crew announces a September tour with Canada's Exalt.

Presented by Invisible Oranges, the two-week run sees Old Wounds and Exalt tear across the US and Canada, including a stop at Koi Fest in Exalt's hometown of Kitchener, Onatrio, with Every Time I Die, Protest the Hero, Expire, and more.


Standout of the new generation of metallic hardcore, Old Wounds gained massive momentum last year with the release of its debut LP, From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest. Pitchfork described the sound as "lashing ahead at a furious hardcore clip... [Old Wounds] pairs the maudlin pages of high school diaries with a grown-ass band's precision and power." The 'Wounds proceeded to criss-cross the nation repeatedly with the likes of The Banner, Full of Hell, and Vices.

Out September 16th on Good Fight Music, new EP Death Projection was produced by Kevin Bernsten (Full of Hell, Mutilation Rites) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Integrity, Modern Life Is War).

Revolver Magazine recently premiered Death Projection's opening track, "Dead Beat Blues." 


Death Projection is now available for pre-order from Good Fight Music's official online store, as a color vinyl 7" with various new Old Wounds merch options.

Old Wounds, Exalt: 
Sep 12 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Wunderloft
Sep 13 - Philadelphia, PA @ Golden Tea House
Sep 14 - Bellaire, OH @ Rock Hill Community Center
Sep 15 - Morgantown, WV @ 123 Pleasant St
Sep 16 - Toledo, OH @ Ottawa Tavern
Sep 17 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Take Hold
Sep 18 - Royal Oak, MI @ Genesis Church
Sep 19 - Ajax, ON @ Rotilicious
Sep 20 - Kitchener, ON @ Koi Fest
Sep 22 - Montreal, QC @ il Motore
Sep 23 - Haverhill, MA @ Anchors Up
Sep 24 - North Haven, CT @ Up All Night Collective
Sep 25 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ My Pizza Place
Sep 26 - Brooklyn, NY @ Grand Victory
Sep 27 - New York, NY @ ABC No Rio

"The trio emerges irate here, lashing ahead at a furious hardcore clip... [Old Wounds] pairs the maudlin pages of high school diaries with a grown-ass band's precision and power."

–Pitchfork

"This young New Jersey trio play metallic hardcore... which tips its hat to acts like Turmoil, Disembodied, and Buried Alive."

–Guitar World

"Old Wounds are making a name for themselves the old-fashioned way: getting in people's faces and freaking them out with punked-out metalcore."
–Alternative Press

"Nasty, vitriolic post-hardcore."

–MetalSucks

"A metalcore wallop that succeeds at being catchy and furious..."
–Cvlt Nation