Career Suicide streaming 2 songs off first LP in 10 years, playing NYC
Toronto hardcore band Career Suicide (the band Jonah Falco played guitar in before drumming for Fucked Up) have been working on their first new album since 2007 and now it's finally got a release date. The album's called Machine Response and it drops on February 24 via Deranged Records. So far two songs are out, "Distractions" and "Suffocate," which are both blistering doses of hardcore punk. Check them out below.
Career Suicide will be in NYC to open the second of two Cock Sparrer shows at Warsaw on February 11 (sold out), and the next night, they're headlining their own NYC show at Saint Vitus (2/12). It'll be opened by Urban Waste and Haram. Tickets are on sale. No other dates announced at the moment.
Speaking of reunited hardcore bands with Fucked Up members, No Warning are playing this year's United Blood Fest with Integrity, Agnostic Front, and more.