Today, metal punks RAMMING SPEED -- who just completed a series of European shows alongside the likes of Toxic Holocaust, Deathrite and The Black Dahlia Murder, among others -- unveil "Walls," another new song from their sophomore Prosthetic release "No Epitaphs," out worldwide on Sept. 4. Described by Noisey as "a crunchy, d-beaten breakneck banger," the track can be streamed directly on Noisey HERE or below via YouTube.
Packed to the brim with galvanizing riffs, shredding solos and thunderous blastbeats, "No Epitaphs" was recorded with famed producer Kurt Ballou (Converge, Skeletonwitch) at Godcity Studios in Salem, Mass. and mastered by Brad Boatwright (Toxic Holocaust, Obituary) at Audiosiege. Combining the group's sociopolitical commentary with the struggles of modern life, the album creates a "punishing and beautifully technical sonic assault" (Two Guys Metal Reviews).
"No Epitaphs" track listing:
- No Forgiveness in Death
- Choke Holds and Bullet Holes (LISTEN)
- Beasts of Labor
- Don’t Let This Stay Here (LISTEN)
- This Is The Life We Chose
- Walls (LISTEN)
- Break In The Chain
- Truth To Power
- Super Duty
- Horns of War (feat. Kurt Ballou)
- Momentary Masters
Digital pre-orders include instant downloads of "Walls" and "Choke Holds and Bullet Holes."
iTunes - http://hyperurl.co/2957j7
Amazon - http://hyperurl.co/qk28xo
Bandcamp - https://rammingspeed-official.bandcamp.com
"No Epitaphs" is also available for pre-order on CD and LP (including a download card and double-sided gatefold poster) via the Prosthetic Records webshop at http://store.prostheticrecords.com/bands/ramming-speed. You can bundle the new album with one of the limited copies (300 total) of their 7-inch for the single "Don't Let This Stay Here," which features an exclusive B-side called "The Wraith."
RAMMING SPEED has teamed with MetalSucks to giveaway five copies of their "Don't Let This Stay Here" 7-inch by having fans write epitaphs for their least favorite band. Enter here: www.metalsucks.net/2015/08/20/contest-write-an-epitaph-for-your-least-favorite-band-win-a-ramming-speed-7/