DEADPRESSURE: Cvlt Nation Premieres “Secret Name Game” From San Jose Grind/Punk Practitioners; Self-Titled Full-Length Nears Release Via Carbonized Records
San Jose grind/punk practitioners DEADPRESSURE — featuring Mortuous’ Colin Tarvin — will unleash their ravenous self-titled debut next week via Carbonized Records, the new label imprint helmed by drummer Chad Gailey of Necrot and Mortuous, and Ogre Vinyl.
In advance of its release, Cvlt Nation is offering up an exclusive new track premiere.
Revel in the audio punishment of “Secret Name Game” at THIS LOCATION.
Deadpressure was recorded, mixed, and mastered in May 2017 by Greg Wilkinson (Brainoil, Deathgrave, Vastum, Noothgrush, Autopsy) at Earhammer Studios in Oakland California. Drawing influence from the likes of His Hero Is Gone, Neurosis, and Dead Congregation to create a sound that combines elements from across the punk and metal spectrums, the record boasts thirteen tracks of uneasy listening.
Featuring artwork by Jared Power (Cannabis Corpse), DEADPRESSURE
will be released digitally and on limited vinyl available in three color variants – teal with marble splatter, gray with marble splatter, and black (double-sided insert with download card included) — on October 31st. Preorders are currently available at the Carbonized Records store at THIS LOCATION
For digital orders and to sample the vile sounds of “Assailant’s Curse,” visit the Carbonized Records Bandcamp page at THIS LOCATION
DEADPRESSURE will play a duel record release show in San Jose November 2nd with Atrament with additional performances in the conspiring stages.
11/02/2018 Playback Studios – San Jose, CA w/ Atrament (Scum Sect record release), Healer, Dysphoric
DEADPRESSURE was forged in the Spring of 2012 by three friends — Seneca Norberg (guitar, vocals), Cris Rodriguez (drums), and Joe Morales (bass, vocals) — with a common love of all things punk and grindcore. The first wave of material drew heavily from classic hardcore, power violence, and grind bands like Spazz, What Happens Next?, Monster X, Napalm Death, SSD, and Youth Of Today. By 2014, DEADPRESSURE released their first seven-inch entitled, Dead Side Story Vol.1 on Hashcrimes and toured the Pacific Northwest and Southern California. From 2014 through 2015 they released splits with local friends, Connoisseur and Deathgrave and continued to play countless shows. One year later, DEADPRESSURE parted ways with Morales. Colin Tarvin (Mortuous) was recruited shortly thereafter to fill the position ultimately revitalizing the band’s sound and approach. Crowned, “one of the most devastating bands to emerge from San Jose. On point,” by Cvlt Nation, 2018 ushers in the pulverizing sounds of DEADPRESSURE‘s self-titled full-length. You have been warned.