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Limited green, white, and black colored vinyl LP pressing. 2023 release. Despite Harm's Way's reputation for unrelenting brutality, Common Suffering surprises at several turns with quieter moments of well thought out songwriting that emphasize light and shade. It's their understanding of how to effectively orchestrate these dynamics that makes an already ironclad record feel infinitely more merciless. This is Harm's Way at the top of their game - the ambitious sound of a band traversing new ideas. The key to the success may be a shift to recording at Studio 4 in Pennsylvania with producer Will Yip (Turnstile, Nothing). Going into the recording, the goal was to improve some of the band's processes, examine vocal cadences and experiment during production to gain the best idea from each track. The first change dealt with refocusing members on their specific wheelhouses. While Pligge had previously assisted with riffs, on this effort, his main objective was to ensure the perfect vocal attack- leaning into Yip for advice and letting the remainder of the band take the wheel with their respective parts. The result is each player pushing to the far reaches and creating material that has previously never been colonized by any band, or hardcore writ large, before.
Limited green, white, and black colored vinyl LP pressing. 2023 release. Despite Harm's Way's reputation for unrelenting brutality, Common Suffering surprises at several turns with quieter moments of well thought out songwriting that emphasize light and shade. It's their understanding of how to effectively orchestrate these dynamics that makes an already ironclad record feel infinitely more merciless. This is Harm's Way at the top of their game - the ambitious sound of a band traversing new ideas. The key to the success may be a shift to recording at Studio 4 in Pennsylvania with producer Will Yip (Turnstile, Nothing). Going into the recording, the goal was to improve some of the band's processes, examine vocal cadences and experiment during production to gain the best idea from each track. The first change dealt with refocusing members on their specific wheelhouses. While Pligge had previously assisted with riffs, on this effort, his main objective was to ensure the perfect vocal attack- leaning into Yip for advice and letting the remainder of the band take the wheel with their respective parts. The result is each player pushing to the far reaches and creating material that has previously never been colonized by any band, or hardcore writ large, before.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: METAL BLADE
Rel. Date: 09/29/2023
UPC: 039841603262

Common Suffering [Limited Edition Green, White and Black LP]
Artist: Harms Way
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $32.98
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Limited green, white, and black colored vinyl LP pressing. 2023 release. Despite Harm's Way's reputation for unrelenting brutality, Common Suffering surprises at several turns with quieter moments of well thought out songwriting that emphasize light and shade. It's their understanding of how to effectively orchestrate these dynamics that makes an already ironclad record feel infinitely more merciless. This is Harm's Way at the top of their game - the ambitious sound of a band traversing new ideas. The key to the success may be a shift to recording at Studio 4 in Pennsylvania with producer Will Yip (Turnstile, Nothing). Going into the recording, the goal was to improve some of the band's processes, examine vocal cadences and experiment during production to gain the best idea from each track. The first change dealt with refocusing members on their specific wheelhouses. While Pligge had previously assisted with riffs, on this effort, his main objective was to ensure the perfect vocal attack- leaning into Yip for advice and letting the remainder of the band take the wheel with their respective parts. The result is each player pushing to the far reaches and creating material that has previously never been colonized by any band, or hardcore writ large, before.

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