The nearly eleven-minute trailer includes bits of several new songs and the insight into their conception, interviews with all five members of the band, a breakdown of the cover art's meaning, samples of several tracks from the new album, live footage, and a look into what the future holds for WIC as they take their new anthems to their rabid worldwide fanbase in support of The God Rhythm.
WISDOM IN CHAINS' anxiously anticipated fifth studio full-length, The God Rhythm, will see release on CD, LP and digital formats on June 30th through Southeastern Pennsylvania-based Fast Break! Records. Witha continued evolution of awareness and intelligence into the genre while destroying clichés, relentlessly crossing boundaries and claiming those new territories, The God Rhythm effectively ushers in a new era for the band. Mixing a hardline return and development of infectious oi!/punk-inspired hooks and courses, while maintaining their traditional hardcore roots, WISDOM IN CHAINS has clearly has pushed the envelope of their previous works beyond all previous thresholds, and the result is the band's most challenging album yet. The music for The God Rhythm was recorded by Len Carmichael -- drums and bass Trax East and guitars at Carmichael Sound -- and the vocals recorded at Mountainside Studios by Rich Rescigno, and the album's tattoo-style artwork by Chris Jones bears obvious and obfuscated meanings, which carry through the entire layout by Jonathan Buske.
Get the scoop on WISDOM IN CHAINS' incoming The God Rhythm through New Noise Magazine here.
The God Rhythm Track Listing:
1. People Die
2. When We Were Young
4. How Far Will You Go
5. Songs to My Killer
6. Thorn In Your Side
9. Best of Me
10. The God Rhythm
11. Violent Americans
12. Joey Ramone
13. Skinhead Gang
04/14/2015 - 5,563 views
Wisdom In Chains Releases Video On Fifth LP The God Rhythm
I don't think anyone outside of PA likes Wisdom in Chains. Just terrible.
I understand you're trolling, but you are very wrong. I live outside PA and they are my favorite hardcore band of all time.
I just don't think they are good at all. I know I shouldn't comment blah blah.
That's fine. It doesn't matter if you don't like them, but to say no one likes them outside of PA is pretty stupid. I don't live in PA myself.
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