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The Week in Hardcore: Stray from the Path, Obliterations, H2O & More

All the latest tunes, music videos, and news from the hxc scene

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Evergreen Terrace (June 1)

Evergreen Terrace singer Andrew Carey has announced his departure from the band. Carey co-founded the Florida hardcore outfit in 1999 and has appeared on all six of the band's studio albums. "As Danny Glover would often say in the hit movies from the '90s, Lethal Weapon 1, 2, and 3, 'I'm getting too old for this shit,'" Carney told Lambgoat about his exit from Evergreen Terrace.

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Self Defense Family (June 1)

Self Defense Family have premiered a song and video called "Dave Sim." The track will appear on their forthcoming LP, Heaven Is Earth, which will be available on June 30th
from Deathwish Inc.

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Stray from the Path (June 3)

Long Island's Stray from the Path are streaming "Outbreak," a cut from their highly anticipated album, Subliminal Criminals. “The song is about the health industry, and how illness is a business,” said guitarist Tom Williams. Subliminal Criminals is scheduled to be released on August 14 via Sumerian Records.

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H2O (June 3)

H2O's original four-track 1995 demo will be reissued by Bridge Nine in a limited edition yellow cassette. The tapes will be hand-numbered on the J-card by frontman Toby Morse. The reissue also comes with an exclusive t-shirt that is only available in this package and will not be remade. Get yours at B9Store.com.

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Obliterations (June 4)

Angry Southern Californians Obliterations just unveiled their video for "Scapegoat." The clip was directed and edited by Ian McCullough and fits the song's violent spirit. "Scapegoat" appears on Obliteration's 2014 album, Poison Everything. The band just kicked off a two-week North American tour with Canadian punkers White Lung. Coliseum also joins the tour lineup for the shows in Montreal and Ottawa, the latter of which at Ottawa Explosion Weekend along with Boilermaker and more.


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