Hear the racuous new TombSnakes ripper, “Concrete”

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On March 18, New Mexico punk/metal trio TombSnakes will release their new EP No Graves via Blank City Records. It’s a raw and brawny set of songs, and the EP also features appearances from members of True Widow, The Saint James Society and Vigilantics. And today, we’re sharing a new track, “Concrete.”

“Concrete” is two and a half minutes of sludgy punk rock riffs and post-hardcore energy with a vocal delivery reminiscent of Fugazi’s Guy Picciotto. There’s an abrasive guitar solo, punchy rhythms and lots of energy in sneering aggression. Put another way: It kicks ass.

Rafael Vigilantics says in a statement, “‘Concrete’ is about that feelin’ of being locked in the city, and pushed in a corner. We tried to write a song that felt like the moment when the scales tip from being brutalized by civilization to seeing anything as a weapon to free us from it; our voices, our instruments, our knuckles, shovels.”

Pre-order TombSnakes’ No Graves EP here.

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