"Big and dark hardcore outfit Struckout have some new tunes coming out soon. It’s very exciting times. One of those tunes, more specifically, is this spooky soul “Don’t Translate; Adapt”. Do yourself a favor and get lost in this one, because it’s 100% worth your three minutes.”
Check out Struckout's newest single, "Don't Translate; Adapt," as well as check out their rig setup, via Gear Gods, here.
Struckout is a noisy post-hardcore band from Long Beach, California, formed in 2012 by bassist & vocalist Daniel Speer, and later joined by percussionist James Goldmann and guitarists Josue Quiquivix and Garrett La Bonte. On Struckout’s third LP, topics range from the hollow nature of menial tasks at work, the exploitation therein, and the general meaninglessness of things, to what it’s like to live in the political climate of today, trying to push forward, and struggling/coming to terms with identity.
Struckout’s most recent self-titled album will be released on July 20th, 2018 and will be available on vinyl, CD, and cassette through Postmark Records, as well as digitally through all major outlets (including iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, Spotify, etc.). Preorder here.
Self-titled LP: 1. Scratch 2. Tell Me You Feel the Same 3. Don’t Translate; Adapt 4. Queer Shit 5. Accrued Vacation Days (Daniel Listens to Krautrock Once) 6. Polaroid Pt. II 7. I Kind of Think Emo Music is Fucking Pointless 8. We’ve Tried Nothing and We’re All Out of Ideas
Upcoming shows: June 20 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Locker Room July 20 - Upland, CA @ The Palisades (Record Release) July 21 - Phoenix, AZ @ Trunk Space July 27 - Los Angeles, CA @ Emerald House July 29 - Santa Ana, CA @ Beatnik Bandito August 7 - Long Beach, CA @ 4th Street Vine August 8 - Fullerton, CA @ Programme SK