Posted in MP3 | metal | music | pictures on June 5, 2009

words by Black Bubblegum, photos by Justina Villanueva

DOWNLOAD: Complete Failure - Heal No Evil (ZIPPED MP3 Album)

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Pittsburgh combo Complete Failure's white-hot crusty-grind attack is as furious as ever on their new LP, Heal No Evil. Many people might not know that though. The band released the album themselves, AND they only pressed it in a very limited run of 100 hand-numbered copies. So far these discs were sold during their recent tour with Antigama leading up to and following Maryland Death Fest. And there are still a few left...

Heal No Evil on CD is available for a limited time. There were 100 hand numbered copies made, and I doubt there will ever be any more. So if you want one, head over to and order one. We encourage everyone who purchases this album to put it on their computer, rip and upload the tracks and share it with all of your friends. Give the shit away and spread the word. The only people making a buck off of this are the people who created it. Your support is very much appreciated. -Complete Failure
I purchased my own copy (mine is #20) of Heal No Evil at their May 20th show at Club Europa in Brooklyn (some pics from that are below). Hurry up and buy one while you have the chance. And either way, download your free copy above!

Complete Failure have also announced a forthcoming EP and a re-recording of their 2008 Steve Austin (Today Is The Day) produced effort, Perversions of Guilt, which was released in 2008 via SuperNova Records (also owned by Austin). Complete Failure is (obviously) no longer with SuperNova. Their full statement on that (which includes the quote above) below:

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Complete Failure returns with a self-produced, self-released album called Heal No Evil. The new disc represents the hard work and artistic vision we are willing and able to put into our music. The tracks were recorded and mixed at my [drummer Mike Rosswog] new home-based studio, and we achieved a sound that is incomparably more clear and powerful than our last one. Our bass player James Curl was the chief sound engineer and producer for these sessions and worked 16 hour workdays for 6 nights straight to accomplish our goal of putting out a "comeback" album that proves we cannot and will not be held back by anyone's lack of effort or poor business decisions. Simply put, we are beyond pissed off at the "record industry" and this is exactly what we are going to do about it - create and release our own music and merchandise, tour with awesome bands that we love, play local shows (recently: 108, Brutal Truth, Jucifer), and utilize the internet to distribute free music and paid downloads. This is what we are doing with our lives. There are no excuses.


We aren't done yet, either. Later this month we begin tracking a TOTAL REDO of Perversions of Guilt in order to achieve the original vision and 5 years of creativity and songwriting that went into it. We also have material written for an E.P. that I personally promise will be the fastest and most pissed off thing we've ever done.

Best of luck to those guys. Here are the pictures from the Europa show...


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Comments (8)

Fantastic photos.

Posted by joemack | June 5, 2009 1:11 PM

i don't know what they're talking about. every album is free for me unless i buy it at a show. thank you internet.

Posted by Anonymous | June 5, 2009 1:51 PM

take a hike, ed_money

Posted by lambgoater | June 6, 2009 3:13 PM

go fly a kite, ed_money

Posted by slammer | June 6, 2009 3:20 PM

Dis Sugar Daddy Austin finally realize your faggotry?

Posted by beer | June 6, 2009 3:49 PM

What time does daft punk start?

Posted by Anonymous | July 11, 2009 11:45 PM

great post. you have some very nice pics here

Posted by emo girl | October 18, 2009 4:01 PM

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