Posted in music | tour dates on July 15, 2011

by BBG

Rob Fish of Ressurection, playing Cake Shop in 108 (more by BBG)

Ressurection walked the line between metal, noise, and hardcore in the 90s, carving out a distinct path before succumbing to the success of vocalist Rob Fish's (then) new project 108. The band's catalog has been given a once over by the venerable Kurt Ballou for the previously discussed I Am Not: The Discography and the results are astonishing. Stream "Culture" below and "Build" at Deathwish who breathe new life (get it?) into the I Refuse material that first surfaced via New Age Records. Deathwish says "A release date and Pre-ordering information will be announced shortly."

Resurrection is scheduled to play This is Hardcore on August 13th in Philadelphia, but have also added a Brooklyn show at Saint Vitus on 8/14. Details are sketchy at best so far, but lets hope it isn't a 21+ show. UPDATE: maybe the show is actually in New Brunswick instead.

Rob Fish recently played at the East Coast Tsunami as part of 108. Ressurection song and cover art below...



Comments (4)

Living up to their name indeed!

Posted by Anonymous | July 15, 2011 2:39 PM

I think due to travel plans of members of Ressurrection, the 8/14 show has been moved to an afternoon matinee at a house in New Brunswick.

Posted by Anonymous | July 15, 2011 3:14 PM

Middlesex County College.

Posted by Anonymous | July 15, 2011 6:20 PM

Great band. I remember going to Rob's house back in the day. Wall of Shame.

Posted by Edison | February 6, 2016 2:59 PM

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