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“Halls Of Hate” – check out the new single from San Diego metallic hardcore act PISSED REGARDLESS

PISSED REGARDLESS by voltrondanger
Halls Of Hate” is the new single from San Diego metallic hardcore quintet PISSED REGARDLESS. The track has been extracted from the band’s impending Imperial Cult LP, nearing mid-October release through Creator-Destructor Records, and bled into the public.

With the new single, PISSED REGARDLESS guitarist Sean Walker divulges, “‘Halls Of Hate’ was the second piece of material we wrote for the record. This was the song that challenged and motivated us to write a different record than we had ever done previously and made us comfortable with trying different sounds and styles in PR. Lyrically we wanted to state our disdain for how this country glorifies violence and murder of innocent people because it’s good for ratings. The world is soft and sick.”

Hear the new PISSED REGARDLESS scorcher “Halls Of Hate” below!

Imperial Cult will see release on October 18th. Creator-Destructor has launched the vinyl preorders of the album, including two different colored vinyl variants; the 1st pressing limited to 250 copies. Preorders are live at the label webshop HERE and Bandcamp where “Three Decades” is also streaming HERE.

Watch for additional audio previews, live dates, and more to be posted in the weeks ahead surrounding the release of Imperial Cult.

PISSED REGARDLESS

Having released a demo and two vicious 7″ EPs since their formation in 2013, Imperial Cult marks the first full-length offering from PISSED REGARDLESS. Featuring ten tracks of unrelenting thrash-fueled hardcore, the band has expanded upon their darker influences to create an album that feels thematically cohesive and unapologetically heavy. Recorded between March and July of 2019 at Sunsick Studio by Alex Jacobelli, mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Obituary, Integrity, Nails), and completed with cover art by Curse Of Face, Imperial Cult is a record primed for fans of Ringworm, Integrity, No Warning, Darkest Hour, and labelmates Light This City.

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