Chicago hardcore unit HARM’S WAY have announced a trio of live dates. On December 16th, the band will play a headlining show at The X Bar in Cupertino, California. The following night, the band will appear at The Belasco Theater in Los Angeles, California for day one of the two-day For The Children Toy Drive – an annual event that collects toys to be distributed to those in need – where they’ll play alongside Rotting Out, Drain, King Nine, Koyo, Fuming Mouth, and more.
In February, the band will take part in the inaugural HeartSupport Festival in Orlando, Florida. Launched by August Burns Red frontman Jake Luhrs to benefit his HeartSupport non-profit foundation, HARM’S WAY will perform on day two of the two-day fest alongside Rise Against, The Ghost Inside, Spiritbox, and many others. Tickets are on sale now. See all confirmed dates below.
12/16/2022 The X Bar – Cupertino, CA [tickets]
12/17/2022 For The Children Toy Drive @ The Belasco Theater – Los Angeles, CA [tickets]
2/19/2023 HeartSupport Festival @ Central Florida Fairgrounds – Orlando, FL [tickets]
HARM’S WAY’s most recent full-length, Posthuman, was released on Metal Blade Records in 2018. Having grown with each subsequent release, Posthuman was a devastating addition to HARM’S WAY’s catalog. Exclaim! hailed, “an impressive display of brute force that keeps its momentum up from beginning to end.” Pitchfork wrote, “The swole Chicago hardcore band’s latest album shows their raw strength while adding shades of industrial and groove metal for character,” while Metal Injection added, “HARM’S WAY’s Posthuman gives fans absolutely solid hardcore material, promising utter chaos while providing some welcoming blends in variety in regard to tone and sound. From beginning to end, Posthuman is pure savagery and an early contender for one of the year’s heaviest albums.”
In 2019, HARM’S WAY released a remix EP of Posthuman titled PSTHMN, a record that band called, “the evolutionary counterpart to our 2018 full-length, Posthuman.” PSTHMN includes four remixed and reinterpreted tracks by artists that have continually inspired and influenced the band throughout its tenure including Justin Broadrick (Godflesh, Jesu, JK Flesh), Andrew Nolan (Intensive Care, The Endless Blockade, Column Of Heaven), and Sanford Parker (Mirrors For Psychic Warfare, Corrections House). Additionally, the release includes a reimagined version of the track “Unreality” by bassist, Casey Soyk.
To preview and purchase Posthuman and PSTHMN go HERE.