Let’s talk about reasons for rocking. Some bands wanna party and meet people to screw. Some want flying unicorns to befriend them on a castle facing a cliff made of diamonds. Some bands want to “just rock” and make people happy. Some want to further social change. Some bands want to sing “Worm Infested” and make you envision horribly rotten corpses of victims. IS one path better than the other or more “legit”/true?
Can music still change the world?
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Canadian grindcore act, Fuck The Facts, have released a music video for their song “A Coward’s Existence” from their new album “Die Miserable.” The new music video was directed by Michael Panduro.
To see the music video click here.
The new album was released in October 2011 through Relapse Records.Add to My Radar
Canadian grindcore band Fuck The Facts has recently completed work on their new full-length album, “Die Miserable”. It was recorded in between touring at the band’s home studio and has been set for an October 11th North American release date. The complete track listing for “Die Miserable” can be found here.
Fuck The Facts has also announced more tour dates. The band will team up with Misery Index starting next week in Quebec before heading into the Maritimes. Fuck The Facts will also headline dates in Ontario and Quebec. A listing of confirmed tour dates and cities can be found here.Add to My Radar
Fuck The Facts are currently in the final stages of mixing their upcoming album “Die Miserable” which will see the light of day sometime during the fall of 2011. The album will be released via Relapse Records.Add to My Radar
There are some bands more adept at riding the chaos than others in the storied history of underground music. From noise and hardcore pioneers like Steel Pole Bathtub to Man Is The Bastard to synth/indie/post-core bands like Six Finger Satellite to numerous grindcore bands like Fuck The Facts, etc.- some groups just embody the concept of "fuck it/let's really go for it" more than others. NY's Black Mesa sits proudly in that same spirit of frenzy and ferocious inventiveness, as evidenced by their recent compilation of insanely manic live performances. Whatever sub genre they throw in the emotional blender, you are bound to enjoy a deliciously nutritious smoothie of muddy sonic punk purée.