"Blurring by in under 30 seconds, the track makes Head Wound City sound long-winded in comparison. It begins with a scribble of guitar noise, leading into a fast, primitive riff; Pearson lets out a scream, and bass and drums, both also played by Zinner, come rushing in. The meat of the track alternates between white-knuckle grind, with Zinner smashing out an impressive blast beat, and a classic hardcore feel."
Learn more about new thrash project MORE PAIN and read a brief interview from Justin Pearson, via Rolling Stone, here.
MORE PAIN is thrash turned rotten, riding a vile wave of scum all the way in from sea. Hints of Head Wound City creep its way into the chaos, as two long time comrades, Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and Justin Pearson (Dead Cross, The Locust, Retox), create a scathing score meant for surfing witches and black magick in the sand.
The tracks will be available on limited edition X-RAY flexi disc as well as digitally through Three One G Records. Preorder, here.
Video for "Hammering Tenderness" is directed by Joana Lopes.