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Posted in music on May 28, 2014
by Andrew Sacher
Capacities at Suburbia - 5/22/14 (via BrooklynVegan Instagram)
On June 17, Flannel Gurl Records will release The Sound of Young America (pre-order), a four-way split of post-hardcore bands, Calculator, Innards, Capacities and Itto. One of Capacities' four contributions, "This Man's Navy," makes its premiere in this post.
I just caught Capacities opening for Rescuer at Suburbia in NYC this past Thursday (5/22) where they played a short but very aggressive and very tight set. This new song is no different. Clocking in at 2 seconds over a minute, it's a blast of thick, dissonant hardcore with a Converge-style metallic edge. Check it out, with The Sound of Young America artwork and tracklist, below.
Capacities - "This Man's Navy"
1) Only The Winds Home
2) You Say It, We Play It
4) July 5th
5) Slow And Repeat
6) This Man's Navy
7) The Art of Excuses
8) Advice From Tyrion
10) Death Frenzy