Harm's Way is back for the first time in five years with a brand new record Common Suffering due out September 29, and a crushing new single "Silent Wolf" streaming right now alongside a video by Finn O'Connell.
"'Silent Wolf' was birthed out of observing a sense of persistent distrust in governing bodies and systems of power in our current cultural climate," tells vocalist James Pligge. "It speaks on the faith, or lack of faith, many have in these systems and an overall feeling of inertia and paranoia with status quo operations… leading many to the question: 'what is really informing our reality?"
"We really tried not to settle on parts," added guitarist Nick Gauthier. "Sometimes a direction that we could have taken in a song felt too obvious… We would just troubleshoot that until we felt creatively satisfied with the direction we were taking."
Common Suffering was recorded at Studio 4 in Pennsylvania with producer Will Yip (Turnstile, Code Orange) and features Kristina Esfandiari of King Woman fame on "Undertow". Pre-orders for Common Suffering are available here.