SILVERFISH (Ungodly Grace, This Is Our Curse) is the first song off "LEXICON MIST"—the new seven-inch from RED HARE.
Available from Dischord Records / © 2016 DIS183.5
This is the first offering from Red Hare since their 2013 debut NITES OF MIDNITE, and it comes as the band finish work on their second album (due out in 2016).
RED HARE features Shawn Brown/vox (Swiz, Fury, Jesus Eater, and the original-and-current singer of Dag Nasty), Jason Farrell/guitar (Swiz, Fury, Bluetip, Retisonic), Dave Eight/bass (Swiz, Bluetip), and Joe Gorelick/drums (Garden Variety, Bluetip, Retisonic).
Mixed by J. Robbins / Mastered by Dan Coutant
Red Hare are reportedly in the midst of finishing their sophomore follow-up to Nites of Midnite, but before that arrives, the hardcore lifers are blessing us with a three-song 7-inch. The record's "Silverfish" is being previewed with a live clip-loaded music video before you can slap that slab of wax on your turntable, and it's streaming now.
While scored by the studio recording, the video compiles footage of the band smashing out the track from various U.S. tour spots, including a club in Spokane, WA, apparently just inches away from an Arby's.
Just as ominous as the post-hardcore melody is Shawn Brown's choked out philosophy of "your existence provokes your demise." He adds chillingly, "do you understand?"
"Silverfish" appears on the band's forthcoming 7-inch through Dischord/Hellfire Records. Featuring two new songs and a cover of Lungfish's "Sphere of Influence," it officially lands February 16.