Jesus Piece have premiered a new song titled “Neuroprison,“ via Kerrang!. This track is from the band’s new album “Only Self,“ which will be released on August 24.
Jesus Piece have premiered a new song titled “Curse Of The Serpent,“ via Revolver. This track is from the band’s new album “Only Self,“ which will be released on August 24. The group commented:
“‘Curse Of The Serpent‘ is an ode to the grudges that everyone holds. It’s a song about long-lasting pain sitting in the back of your mind. The kind that just doesn’t know how to fuck off. We chose this song first because it’s a great introduction to the energy of this record but doesn’t define the overall sound. This is a great bridge of growth between old and new.”
“Only Self” Track Listing:
04. “Curse of the Serpent”
05. “In the Silence”
08. “Dog No Longer”
It looks like Jesus Piece will be releasing their new album on August 24. Southern Lord confirmed the news in the below tweet:
The lineup has been revealed for the 2018 Black N’ Blue Bowl. The event will take place on May 19-20 at the Brooklyn Bazaar in Brooklyn, NY, and it will include:
May 19: Madball, Crown Of Thornz, Slaine (with surprise guest), Jesus Piece, Queesnsway, Grudgeholder, and Jab.
May 20: Agnostic Front, Judge, Incediary, Razor Blade Hand Grenade, Combust, The Fight, and Countime.
The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2018 This Is Hardcore Fest. The event will take place at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA on July 27-29 and it will include: One King Down, Ten Yard Fight, E.Town Concrete, Eighteen Visions, Sick Of It All, Arkangel, All Out War, Incendiary, Harvest, Merauder, District 9, Knock Loose, Carnivore A.D., Twitching Tongues, Vein, Shark Attack, For The Love Of, Wisdom In Chains, Jesus Piece, Shattered Realm, Shipwrecked, King Nine, Trail Of Lies, Year Of The Knife, Numb, Candy, Agents Of Man, Sworn Enemy, Queensway, Regulate, True Love, Lionheart, Mindforce, Three Knee Deep, Departed, Invoke, Raw Brigade, Vamachara, Safe And Sound, No Victory, World Demise, and Please Die.
The lineup has been anounced for the 2018 Heartland Throwdown festival. The event will take place at the Sokol Auditorium and Underground in in Omaha, NE and it will include the following:
Upstairs: Hatebreed, Crowbar, Knocked Loose, and Twitching Tongues.
Downstairs: The Acacia Strain, Terror, Jesus Piece, Year Of The Knife, and Jocko.
Knocked Loose have announced that Stone have been removed from their upcoming tour with Terror and Jesus Piece following sexual assault, rape, etc. allegations against Stone’s Zach Dear (ex-Expire). Year Of The Knife have been added to the trek as their replacements. Considering there has been so many victims coming forward against Dear, a Tumblr has been set up to share all their statements.
Knocked Loose commented:
“We have been aware of recent incidents and paying very close attention to every story, tweet, and Facebook post being shared. Stone is no longer on the upcoming tour, it was never a question from the start. This is being worked on from our end since the very beginning please do not take our silence as hiding from the issue, instead we have been working to make our first official headliner a better tour and a safer place for everyone involved.
We are sorry it took so long to update. We have always promoted a safe place for every different kind of person that wants to come to our shows, and have vocally promoted a safe space for women. We DO NOT stand behind these actions, and it will not be tolerated. More news tonight.”
Dear also issued his own statement:
“In the last few days there have been some stories involving me circling around the internet. Most saying that I hurt people in different ways. While on tour I was shamefully promiscuous. It’s not something I’m proud of but it is something I’ve been honest about. I lived by the rule that every intimate encounter was over when a woman said “no.”
In every intimate situation I’ve been in, my understanding at the time through body language, being kissed back, etc., was that everything was consensual. I am not the kind of guy who would intentionally harm anyone and – given the chance – I would apologize to anyone who felt I misinterpreted their signals or hurt them. That was far from my intention.
I think it’s important for women to raise issues like this. No question. It gives everyone the opportunity to reflect and deal with them honestly which is what I’ll be doing while we take a break from touring.”