ALL OUT WAR begins their five-city European raid today, with shows in Belgium, Germany, France, and a set at the huge Resurrection Fest in Spain. The brief tour precedes the band’s impending Give Us Extinction LP, which will see release in August via Organized Crime Records. The label has issued a short trailer leaking a segment of the album’s metallic wrath.
See the new ALL OUT WAR tour trailer below!
Give Us Extinction promises to be one of the most devastating albums of 2017. Organized Crime Records will release the album on LP, CD, and digital formats on August 11th; preorders will be issued in the coming days alongside audio samples and more.
Following their run through Europe this week, ALL OUT WAR will make their return to This Is Hardcore at the end of July alongside Buried Alive, Disembodied, 100 Demons, Code Orange, Earth Crisis, 25 Ta Life, Cold As Life, and countless others. The band also booked a weekend in their native Upstate New York region, August 18th in Clifton with the Cro-Mags, Brick By Brick, Cold As Life, and more, and August 19th in Poughkeepsie with more bands to be announced.
ALL OUT WAR Tour Dates:
7/05/2017 Kavka – Antwerpen, BE
7/06/2017 Magnapop – Krefeld, DE
7/07/2017 Le Gibus – Paris, FR
7/08/2017 Resurrection Fest – Viveiro, ES
7/09/2017 Jardin Moderne – Rennes, FR
7/29/2017 Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA @ This Is Hardcore
8/18/2017 Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton, NY w/ Cro-Mags, Brick By Brick, Cold As Life
8/19/2017 The Loft – Poughkeepsie, NY
Following in the smoldering wake of the band’s 2015-issued Dying Gods extended EP, ALL OUT WAR arises with arguably the band’s most crushing material to date with their sixth official album, Give Us Extinction. With more than forty-two minutes of unchecked aggression, the new album sees vocalist Mike Score’s scornful accusations at mankind strike with more venomous intensity than ever. The monstrous grooves and slamming breakdowns executed by drummer Jesse Sutherland, bassist Erik Carrillo, and guitarists Taras Apuzzo and Andy Pietroloungo leave craters of scorched earth in their wake with a monolithic NYHC-fueled mandate, while searing elements of thrash metal blaze forth from the wreckage. The album furiously delivers eleven original tracks, and the band pays homage to New York punk/crust icons Nausea with a cover of the band’s “Cybergod.”