LOMA PRIETA ANNOUNCES SPLIT 7INCH WITH RAEIN, COMING THIS MAY FROM DEATHWISH INC.

By on March 13, 2013

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Check out the new Loma Prieta track “Immemorial” here.

 

Loma Prieta’s sound is difficult to describe, however it is clear that they come from the rich tradition of creative Bay Area hardcore bands such as Mohinder, Funeral Diner, Bread and Circuits, Yaphet Kotto, and Indian Summer. Eschewing sub-genres in favor of organically writing songs that are personally fulfilling, each Loma Prieta record is substantially different from the last. Nonetheless, Loma Prieta have managed to forge a distinctive form of expression that is entirely their own.  Check out Loma Prieta’s tour dates below including SXSW appearances this week.

 

Raein are an emotional and discordant punk band from Italy originally founded by members from La Quiete and Neil on Impression. Upon their formation in 2002, the band began releasing a dizzying amount of music, over 12 influential releases/appearance in under four years time. This original incarnation of Raein disbanded in late 2005. But after a hiatus of almost 2 years the band officially regrouped in September 2007. Since the reformation the band has released to moving albums and toured the world extensively on their own terms. Considered to be leaders in the new wave of emotional post-hardcore, Raein carry a similar spirit and sound as bands Orchid, Saetia, and others. Melding melody and discordance into something truly beautiful to experience.

 

SPLIT TRACK LISTING:

01. Immemorial – Loma Prieta

02. Poverty Map – Loma Prieta

03. Mansion Fire – Loma Prieta

04. Spray Paint – Loma Prieta

05. Love and Death – Raein

 

More information and pre-order links coming soon from Deathwish Inc.

 

LOMA PRIETA – ON TOUR

03/13: Phoenix, AZ @ The Nile w/ Nervous

03/14: El Paso, TX @ TBA w/ Nervous

03/15: Austin, TX @ 1808 w/ A Life Once Lost, Powertrip, RZL DZL, Whirr

03/16: Austin, TX @ Elysium (early show) w/ Goodtime Boys

03/17: Austin, TX @ SXSW

03/18: Kansas City, MO @ TBA w/ Goodtime Boys

03/19: St Louis, MO @ The Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center w/ Goodtime Boys

03/20: Birmingham, AL @ The Firehouse w/ Goodtime Boys

03/21: Atlanta, GA @ Wonder Root w/ Goodtime Boys

03/22: Orlando, FL @ Will’s Pub w/ Goodtime Boys

03/23: Miami, FL @ Talent Farm w/ Goodtime Boys

03/24: Fort Myers, FL @ Hoople House w/ Goodtime Boys

03/25: Tampa, FL @ Epic Problem w/ Goodtime Boys

03/26: Jacksonville, FL @ Burro Bar w/ Goodtime Boys

03/27: Columbia, SC @ 5 Points Pub w/ Goodtime Boys

03/28: Greensboro, NC @ TBA w/ Goodtime Boys

03/29: Richmond, VA @ Gallery 5 w/ Goodtime Boys

03/30: Baltimore, MD @ Charm City Art Space w/ Goodtime Boys, Octaves

03/31: Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church w/ Paint it Black,

Joyce Manor, Congenital Death, Bad Side

04/01: Bethlehem, PA @ Gallery U w/ Goodtime Boys

04/02: Brooklyn, NY @ St. Vitus w/ Goodtime Boys

04/03: Philadephia, PA @ O’Reilly’s w/ Goodtime Boys, Reign Supreme

04/04: Prospect, CT @ Prospect VFW w/ Goodtime Boys

04/05: Boston, MA @ Democracy Center w/ Goodtime Boys

04/06: Providence, RI @ AS220 w/ Goodtime Boys, Soul Control

04/07: Montreal, QB @ Stack Your Roster HQ

04/08: Toronto, ON @ Parts And Labour

04/09: Buffalo, NY @ The Vault

04/10: Royal Oak, MI @ Genesis

04/11: Grand Rapids, MI @ The DAAC

04/12: Chicago, IL @ Swerp Mansion w/ Sin Orden

04/13: Minneapolis, MN @ Seward Cafe

04/14: Sioux Falls, SD @ Boonies

04/15: Missoula, MT @ TBA

04/16: Seattle, WA @ TBA

04/17: Vancouver, BC @ TBA

04/18: Portland, OR @ TBA

04/19: Oakland, CA @ The Metro

DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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