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Newcastle, Australia’s post-hardcore act TIRED MINDS teasing new LP; premiere new video “Midnight Men”

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Art As Catharsis Records is proud to announce the release of LOOM 12” LP, by Newcastle’s TIRED MINDS, interviewed for IDIOTEQ in late 2014. With LOOM, these guys have achieved something truly remarkable. While one might be tempted to label them hardcore, their sonic palette extends far beyond traditional boundaries. Bursts of technicality, layered guitar work, and an experimental, free-flowing approach to songwriting have allowed the band to create an album that is raw, powerful, and utterly unique. At various points, LOOM calls to mind THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN through bursts of violence, LA DISPUTE with it’s intense emotional content; CONVERGE through the beautiful, organic production, CURSED in the darkness that swirls underneath the music; THE BRONX in rare moments of rock-catchiness. This is Australian heavy music at its very best.

TIRED MINDS will be releasing “Loom” via Art As Catharsis label in June! They have released 2 tracks, Low & the newly released Mindnight Men. Watch and listen below.


Sticks and stones
May break my body
Why don’t they use them to build
With all these midnight men running
With the skin of the soul to the hill
Suspicion is sacred
Why do good men die
Midnight men running around again
Midnight men, miserable thinking

And all these midnight men
Will live till the end
The misery
Bottom of
A deep blue you,
Turn into you

Cold dark end
Living sequel like the
The home for the dead.
Cold dark dread
Misery sits like the hole in my head

Write a song that never ends
About the fruit of the womb
That never lands

With the midnight men
and they’re feasting on
the fruit of the womb
of the song that will never end

And all these midnight men that you say,
Hell is on earth
Because people are worse

The hell is on earth
Because people are worse

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