Prolapse, the ravenous sixth full-length studio output from Chicago-based hardcore earthmovers, AMERICAN HERITAGE, is now publicly available worldwide via Solar Flare Records. To dispatch the news of its release, mighty Decibel Magazine’s online entity, The Deciblog, is running a stream of the entire LP alongside a track-by-track deconstruction of the album’s six brand new originals and accompanying three cover tunes courtesy of the band.
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AMERICAN HERITAGE has delivered their ever-evolving brand of diverse, sludge-amplified hardcore mayhem through eleven official releases since their 1996 inception, and their sixth full-length, Prolapse keeps things fresh and distressing without a moment of filler on the LP. The six new original tracks unload some of their most destructive but well-constructed material to date, and at the tail end of the record, the band lives up to their moniker by paying homage to some of their most influential US acts, including covers of the Descendants classic, “Hürtin’ Crüe,” Black Flag’s infamous booze rager, “Thirsty And Miserable” and Girls Against Boys’ emotive “Bulletproof Cupid.” Produced by Sanford Parker at SOMA Studios — who also supplied keyboards and handled mixing duties — Prolapse was created with additional recording contributions from Mike Lust (Tight Phantomz, Football) and Che Arthur (Pink Avalanche), and includes guest vocals and guitars from Lust and guest vocals from Jeffrey Lohrber (Enabler, Today is the Day).