Formed out of boredom during a global lockdown, PORCH COFFIN is a four-piece punk rock band from Orlando, Florida. Led by professional wrestler and former Bad Luck guitarist Evan “Wolfe” Blaine, the band’s self-titled debut is fueled by political and personal struggles, while both overcoming and submitting to them.
Porch Coffin dropped last month and was produced/engineered by Sean Dolich (Moodring) and mixed/mastered by Brett Romnes (Brand New, Extinction AD). Today, we’re stoked to give you their new music video for the song “Parasitic Freedom (Damage)”!
Taken from the band’s self-titled debut, “Parasitic Freedom (Damage)” is a wake-up call that the American dream is dead.
“It’s about the idea of freedom and how it’s used as a way to control people,” frontman Evan Blaine says of the song. “They’ll tell us we’re free so we can argue with each other, all while they rake in record profits and gain more control.”
Formed out of boredom during a global lockdown, PORCH COFFIN is a four-piece punk rock band led by professional wrestler Evan “Wolfe Taylor” Blaine (ex-Bad Luck).
Channeling the grungier elements of alternative and punk rock, the band’s 11-track debut was produced/engineered by Sean Dolich (Moodring) and mixed/mastered by Brett Romnes (Brand New, Extinction AD).
PORCH COFFIN is currently finalizing dates for a summer US tour and will make their first festival appearance October 30 at The Fest 20 in Gainesville, Florida.
Porch Coffin was released March 3 digitally via the band and on limited-edition pink cassette by Juice of Mango.