Posted in music on April 15, 2014

by Kelly Kettering

Dead End Path

Pennsylvania's Dead End Path know how to manifest some seriously tough hardcore. Releasing the follow up to 2011's Blind Faith, their new LP Seance & Other Songs will be released via Triple B Records on June 10th. If you're craving a crusty breakdown, head below and listen to "Procession Light", the new record's first single, which premieres here.

"We're a hardcore band influenced by things other than hardcore," said singer Uriah Thomas. "Death, Discharge, Hum, Bathory - that was really the building blocks for a lot of the songs on this LP... This track is a good reflection of all of those influences coming through and being reinterpreted by a modern hardcore band. I think most of my personal favorite hardcore bands probably have had a similar mindset when creating their music. Cro-Mags, Negative Approach, Poison Idea, Integrity - all hardcore punk bands that took from outside influence to create absolutely crushing music. That's our mindset."

Pre-orders of the album will be available in a week's time. Album artwork and new song stream below...

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Dead End Path - "Procession Light"

Dead End Path

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Comments (6)

gee that's nice

Posted by Anonymous | April 15, 2014 4:42 PM

Amazing band even though Uriah usually loses his breath after the first song at shows.

Posted by Anonymous | April 15, 2014 8:25 PM

/\lol

Posted by Uriah | April 16, 2014 12:56 AM

Haha I think most vocalists lose their breath fairly easily at shows!

Posted by Anonymous | April 16, 2014 8:20 AM

Can't literally wait for this. DEFINITELY one of the best bands out there. If not the best, in my opinion. Unfortunately, one of the very few bands that really has originality these days. If anyone of you guys from the band ever read this, PLEASE get your asses to little country in Souther Europe called Serbia (right below Hungary). I'm dying to see you live.

Posted by xoggy03x | April 18, 2014 5:37 AM

This is a really good progression of hardcore. Very heavy and the transitions kill. 

Posted by Metzler | May 7, 2014 8:21 AM

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