Harm’s Way Announce 2018 North American Tour With Ringworm, Vein, & Queensway

Harm’s Way have announced a headlining tour with Ringworm, Vein, and Queensway. The band will be out in support of their new album “Posthuman” (out February 9).

Tour Dates:

02/17 Cleveland, OH – The Foundry
02/18 Toronto, ON – Sneaky Dees
02/19 Syracuse, NY – Lost Horizon
02/20 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus
02/21 Worcester, MA – Middle East
02/22 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts
02/23 Richmond, VA – Canal Club
02/24 Chapel Hill, NC – Local 506
02/25 Nashville, TN – The End
02/26 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
02/27 Tampa, FL – Transitions
03/01 New Orleans, LA – Gasa Gasa
03/02 Dallas, TX – Dirty 30
03/03 Houston, TX – Houston Underground
03/04 San Antonio, TX – Jack’s
03/06 Mesa, AZ – Nile Theatre
03/07 Las Vegas, NV – American Legion Post 8
03/08 Sacramento, CA – Holy Diver
03/09 Berkeley, CA – Gilman
03/10 Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room
03/11 Los Angeles, CA – Hi Hat
03/14 Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court
03/15 Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
03/16 Kansas City, MO – Davey’s Uptown
03/17 St. Louis, MO – Fubar
03/18 Pontiac, MI – The Pike Room

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Harm’s Way Premiere New Song “Human Carrying Capacity”, Reveal Details For New Album “Posthuman”

Harm’s Way‘s have premiered a new song titled “Human Carrying Capacity.” This track is from the band’s new album “Posthuman,” which will be released on February 9.

“Posthuman” Track Listing:

01. “Human Carrying Capacity”
02. “Last Man”
03. “Sink”
04. “Temptation”
05. “Become A Machine”
06. “Call My Name”
07. “Unreality”
08. “Dissect Me”
09. “The Gift”
10. “Dead Space”

Chris Mills said the following about the album:

“We’ve always stayed true to who we are and allowed the songwriting process to take shape organically from record to record, and as the band has progressed, our sound has become more refined with metal and industrial influences.”

He also added:

“We spent the first three days there doing pre-production and refining the songs to be the best possible versions of themselves. The amount of time we had in creating this record meant we were able to experiment and not have to rush with any aspect of it, and I feel it shows in the end product.”

“It very much pulls from ideas of transcendence, progression, and resilience, and it’s very much a push back on traditional ideas of the self and self-actualization. ‘Posthuman’ to us is about progressing above and beyond the confines of what is considered human, in the physical, psychological, and categorical sense.”

Bo Lueders commented as well:

“To a Harms Way fan, I would describe ‘Posthuman’ as a blend of ‘Isolation'(2011) and ‘Rust’ (2015), but it’s sonically way more insane. To anyone else, I would simply say it’s full on heavy and full on aggression.”