Wednesday, September 9, 2015

OLD WOUNDS fall touring

Following an entire summer full of North American touring, alongside labelmates Axis and Of Feather and Bone, and more, Old Wounds revs up the van and launches right into a stacked fall tour schedule, kicking off tonight in Philly. 

So far Old Wounds' fall plans include runs with Down In It and Fit For An Autopsy, and stops at several fests, including Fest 14 in Gainesville.

More dates are to be announced, stay tuned.

Enjoy photos from the band's long summer of touring, exclusively at Taco Bell's Feed The Beat site, here.

Old Wounds, Fall 2015:
Sep 9 - Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie - w/ Down In It
Sep 10 - Elkton, MD @ The Home Plate - w/ Down In It
Sep 11 - Pittsburgh, PA @ The Shop - w/ Down In It
Sep 12 - Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary - Don't Call It A Fest w/ Eyehategod, See You Next Tuesday
Sep 13 - Morgantown, WV @ 123 Pleasant St - w/ Down In It
Sep 14 - Baltimore, MD @ Charm City Art Space - w/ Down In It
Sep 25 - Warren, NJ @Warren Legion Hall w/ The Banner
Oct 1 - Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall - w/ Fit For An Autopsy
Oct 2 - Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry - w/ Fit For An Autopsy
Oct 3 - Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joe's - w/ Fit For An Autopsy
Oct 5 - Saginaw, MI @ Counter Culture - w/ Fit For An Autopsy
Oct 6 - Cincinnati, OH @ RDK Sound Design - w/ Fit For An Autopsy
Oct 7 - New Albany, IN @ New Albany Production House - w/ Fit For An Autopsy
Oct 8 - Nashville, TN @ The End - w/ Fit For An Autopsy
Oct 10 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar - Sincerity Fest w/ Lifeless, Bitter End, Shai Hulud
Oct 28 - Tampa, FL @ Crowbar - Pre-Fest w/ Pianos Becomes the Teeth, Loma Prieta
Oct 31 - Gainesville, FL @ The Wooly - Fest 14 w/ Modern Life Is War, Government Issue
Nov 8 - Howell, NJ @ Gamechanger World - Loud Fest w/ Blessthefall, Stick to Your Guns

Old Wounds' new album The Suffering Spirit is out now on Good Fight Music and is streaming in full via PopMatters, here.

Latest video, "Son of No One," premiered on Fuse.tvhere.

"New Jersey hardcore band Old Wounds turned heads with their 2013 debut, From Where We Came Is Where We'll Rest, an album that burned with the intensity of classic '90s hardcore like Deadguy and contemporary crossover geniuses Converge. Two years later, they're set to release The Suffering Spirit, which broadens the band's sound even more, employing more cleanly sung melodies and streamlined, gothic-tinged arrangements without compromising the music's intensity one iota... Easily one of the better hardcore releases of the year so far."
–PopMatters