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Texas gritty melodic hardcore punks DRIP-FED streaming their new album “Sold for Parts”

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DRIP-FED by @zachbrighamdelude
DRIP-FED by @zachbrighamdelude

Drip-Fed has dropped their third full-length album, “Sold for Parts,” three years after their acclaimed release “Kill the Buzz.” This Texas hardcore band hasn’t lost a step, delivering a groovy punk record with catchy rock’n’roll riffs and a fierce attitude. Fans of Scowl, Drug Church, Fucked Up, and Paint It Black will find plenty to love here.

Produced and engineered by Chris Skiles, with mixing and mastering by Kieran Krebs at Overcast Recordings, and layout by Matt Thompson, “Sold for Parts” hit the shelves on June 7, 2024, but we somehow missed it.


All music was written by DripFed, with Jeffrey Blum handling most of the lyrics except for “Leash,” penned by Nathan Helton. The lineup features Jeffrey Blum on vocals, Nathan Helton on bass and vocals, John Nichols on guitar, Chris Skiles on guitar, and Colton Siegmund on drums.

Influenced by hardcore legends like Black Flag, Minor Threat, Fugazi, and modern powerhouses like Drug Church, Modern Life Is War, and Ceremony, “Sold for Parts” bridges the gap between generations of hardcore. The album is available on randomly mixed color vinyl, adding a unique touch for collectors.


Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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