Sunday, June 17, 2012

CATBOMB presents;
Thursday, June 28th @ Saint Vitus (1120 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY) 8pm / 21+ / $7 The Communion (NY)http://thecommunion.bandcamp.com/ Wake The Machines (CA)http://www.reverbnation.com/wakethemachines Radiation Blackbody (ex-Defeatist; NY)http://radiationblackbody.bandcamp.com/ Grudges (NY)http://grudges.bandcamp.com/
CATBOMB presents;
Thursday, June 28th @ Saint Vitus
(1120 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY)
8pm / 21+ / $7

The Communion (NY)
http://thecommunion.bandcamp.com/

Wake The Machines (CA)
http://www.reverbnation.com/wakethemachines

Radiation Blackbody (ex-Defeatist; NY)
http://radiationblackbody.bandcamp.com/

Grudges (NY)
http://grudges.bandcamp.com/
BUDD DWYER TOUR KICK OFF AND FULL LENGTH ALBUM RELEASE!!! GET YO ASS TO THIS SHOW!!!! Budd Dwyer vs Dethroned Emperor  Death metal dregs of society and grindcore gutter punx in an anything goes street fight for the Hub Shitty Hardcore championship.  http://dethronedemperor.bandcamp.com/ and  buddxdwyer.bandcamp.com The Communion Vs The Communion the only band on this show who’s songs are too long(and awesome) to be able to battle another band. Think Blackened sludge grind noise violence then cut it in half and double it. http://thecommunion.bandcamp.com/ Damaged Goods vs. Ides  Ragin Fast core from the southern part of NJ and Fasting Rage-core from the northern part of NJ.http://damagedgoodspv.bandcamp.com/album/demo-2012 andhttp://idesnj.bandcamp.com/album/demo-mmxii
BUDD DWYER TOUR KICK OFF AND FULL LENGTH ALBUM RELEASE!!!
GET YO ASS TO THIS SHOW!!!!

Budd Dwyer vs Dethroned Emperor
Death metal dregs of society and grindcore gutter punx in an anything goes street fight for the Hub Shitty Hardcore championship.

http://dethronedemperor.bandcamp.com/
and
buddxdwyer.bandcamp.com

The Communion Vs The Communion
the only band on this show who’s songs are too long(and awesome) to be able to battle another band. Think Blackened sludge grind noise violence then cut it in half and double it.

http://thecommunion.bandcamp.com/

Damaged Goods vs. Ides
Ragin Fast core from the southern part of NJ and Fasting Rage-core from the northern part of NJ.

http://damagedgoodspv.bandcamp.com/album/demo-2012
and
http://idesnj.bandcamp.com/album/demo-mmxii

V/A. AMERICA, THE GRAVE: THE DEATH OF THE AMERICAN DREAM COMPLIATION 2XCD-R PREORDER →


2xCD-R compilation featuring no less than 20 tracks by American purveyors of noise, industrial, power electronics, dark ambient and experimental sound.
featuring Jimmy and Nick’s solo PE projects SWOLLEN ORGANS (j) and TUNNEL NUN (n), among other great artists like THE VOMIT ARSONIST, THEOLOGIAN, and many more.

Monday, June 4, 2012

*SPECIAL OFFER*


“Marble Husk”, the first track off of “A Desired Level of Unease” is now available for streaming on the bandcamp so go listen to it. A new track will go up every Monday. At the end of seven weeks this album WILL NOT be available for download. Yeah. Seriously. There is a link to purchase a physical copy which will get something “special.”


Here’s the deal:

-Purchase “A Desired Level of Unease” LP at Prisontatt.com.

-Get LP in mail.

-Listen to LP (Or not. Who cares. You already bought it.)

-Take a picture of your hand-numbered LP number and email the photo along with your name and address to:

thecommunion@hotmail.com

-You will be sent, FOR FREE, a CDR of the album. Each copy of this CDR will have unique artwork. No two will be the same.

If you have already purchased the LP take the picture and email it already. IT’S FREE

You must send a picture of the record number to receive the CDR.


http://thecommunion.bandcamp.com/album/a-desired-level-of-unease

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Thursday, May 3, 2012

The Communion - A Desired Level of Unease /// one-sided LP; limited, hand-numbered edition of 100 →

“Some predators are simply too large to avoid,” goes the dark-ride barker’s lead-in to The Communion’s Desired Level of Unease. I don’t think this record will meet with much ambivalence, as anyone who’s been a fan of grind, black metal and sludge for the last ten or more years, watching those styles evolve, merge and coalesce naturally, will see The Communion for what they are, the right band at the right time. Prison Tatt first saw The Communion play at their memorial show for late guitarist Lee Altomare, and it was such an intense, vital set, charged with both suffering and human vitality, that it immediately became essential that we release a compendium of new material, or ANY material, by the band. It doesn’t matter what you call it anymore—it’s metal, extreme variety, drawing on hardcore, blast beats, and Lousiana mud that’s been traded in for NYC muck—that black, dusty stuff that lives out between the cracks in the NJ Turnpike and the L.I.E. Above all, The Communion are great songwriters; they instinctively know how to put this shit together—music, lyrics and energy, so that not an ounce of the arrangement is wasted and we are left to be swept up in the melĂ©e. This is one of the records that we’ve been wanting to put out for the longest time, and it’s very well worth the wait. Sleeve design by singer Nick; heavy-black-stock folding sleeve silkscreened by Seizure Palace. Comes with lyric insert on parchment-style paper, one of our new stickers, and ours and the band’s best wishes for a good seat at the apocalypse.

samples in the link!