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INCENDIARY Announces First Album In Six Years, Streams "Bite The Hook"

Hardcore riffs forever.


Incendiary will release their first new album in six years Change The Way You Think About Pain on May 26, and is now streaming the first single "Bite The Hook." If you're looking for shouty mosh anthems alongside violent hardcore riffs, then you're gonna love this. You should also listen to more Incendiary.

"Much of the content of the record deals with the idea of pain, specifically pain avoidance," said vocalist Brendan Garrone. "'Bite the Hook' is about the struggles one faces when letting something fester and go unresolved. The song's aggression and vibe sets the tone for the rest of the record."

"The goal with this album was to refine our songwriting and deliver it more aggressively," added guitarist Brian Audley. "The expectation for a hardcore band on their fourth LP may be to start sanding the edges off and becoming more polished and anthemic.

"We wanted to go the complete opposite direction and make them sharper. Will Putney understood the assignment from the first day we stepped into his studio. He helped us execute on our goal by bringing out the most aggressive elements for the abrasive production the songs called for."

Pre-orders for Change The Way You Think About Pain are available here.

On working with the legendary Will Putney of Graphic Nature Audio (Knocked Loose, Every Time I Die, and this being Incendiary's fourth record, Garrone said "We are kind of in rare territory being a hardcore band on their fourth LP. It feels like a milestone. By now, you're either 'supposed' to drastically change your sound or have it be the exact same thing as the record before. We didn't want to do either of those things.

Audley added that he feels Change The Way You Think About Pain is a more focused version of Incendiary, saying "we also wanted it to be more aggressive and more abrasive, in terms of songs and production."

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Brendan Garrone, go to the doctor please.

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In support of their first album in six years.