PISSED REGARDLESS: Feed The Birds EP Streaming At New Noise Magazine; Record Sees Release Friday Through Creator-Destructor

[photo by Brian Taksier]

San Diego’s PISSED REGARDLESS will issue their latest release, Feed The Birds, through Creator-Destructor this Friday, and New Noise Magazine is now streaming the volatile thrash/crossover EP in its entirety for the masses ahead of street date.

Following more than two years since their last LP, Force Fed Gods, PISSED REGARDLESS returns with their debut for Creator-Destructor Records in the form of Feed The Birds, their first new output since the revamping of their lineup. Capturing the live energy of band’s West Coast thrash metal fueled with volatile hardcore/crossover energy, Feed The Birds unloads five tracks in barely more than ten minutes. The album was recorded by Jeff Forrest at Double Time Studios in San Diego and completed with cover artwork by Richard Sampson.

Stream the Feed The Birds EP by PISSED REGARDLESS at New Noise Magazine RIGHT HERE.

The Feed The Birds will see release on vinyl and digital formats this Friday, February 9th; find colored vinyl preorders at the Creator-Destructor webshop HERE and digital via Bandcamp HERE.

Guitarist Sean Walker states, “We are beyond stoked that Feed The Birds is finally out for consumption! We worked hard on this EP and can’t wait for it to be heard. This Friday at the Soda Bar in San Diego we are set for the release show and the bill is stacked with some great bands. Stay Pissed!”

2/09/2018 Soda Bar – San Diego, CA * record release show [info]

Formed in 2013, PISSED REGARDLESS was founded with the intent of writing vicious crossover punk/hardcore thrash metal, the band bearing a special talent at composing ripping fast, to-the-point hardcore that displays the outfit’s punk and grind influences on its sleeve. The result is a contagious burst of heaviness that’ll have most headbangers rejoicing in no time, as proven on their previous two full-length albums – 2013’s self-titled album and 2015’s Force Fed Gods. The new Feed The Birds 7″ crushes with five brand new tracks of thrashing metallic madness, sure to please fans of the 1990s Earache death/grind persuasion and 1980s punk/hardcore alike.