New track on compilation, mixing the record and playing shows again

Time for an update!

New track on Hardcore Help Foundation benefit compilation


We have a track on the new Hardcore Help Benefit compilation (volume 2) that’s out now. We haven’t heard the final mastering, but it’s a quick DIY mix we did ourselves, so we could meet the compilation deadline. “Classic Story”, is one of the tracks that is going to be (properly mixed and mastered) on the new album. You might have heard us this one play live before.

You’ll have to pick up the benefit album to hear it (or wait until infinity and we actually release the new record), because we’re not going to upload it at the moment. We think it’s cool HHF is a different kind of help organisation. No large sums going to the management, but money going there where it’s needed. Check out their site, to read up on their current projects.

Other bands on there are (namedropping alert!) Peter Pan Speedrock, Boysetsfire, Strife, Foreseen (hi Mirko & Mårtti!) and many, many more. 50 bands in total, spread over 2 CD’s, about 2,5 hours of music in total. So aside from the feeling of supporting something good, you’ll get a shitload of music. Win win, winning. Right?

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Record send off to mixer.

Don’t worry, the record is far from released yet BUT the guest vocals are in, the recordings are done and everything has been send off to Sven Lens (As Loud As), so he can get mixing. Finally. He’s back from hanging out with Mickey & Donald in Eurodisney now, so we can’t wait to hear what he’s going to come up with.


We’re playing shows again

Well, showS is a bit of a stretch. But yeah, we’ve got another show coming up. This weekend (Saturday the 24th of August) we’re playing Vogelpop in Ansen.

Proper touring will be something for when the record is finally out, but we wanna play shows again. So if you’re putting on a show, and are looking for a band: Holler at us – info [nospam], or find us at one of the many social network sites.

That’s all for now folks. Stay classy.
(And pick up the 20th anniversary edition of ‘In Utero’, should be good)