– September 9th, 2016 –
Set to join Killswitch Engage, Noisem for west coast shows this fall
Last month (August 2016), San Diego metallic-hardcore trio Poison Headache played their first live shows as a group, appearing at the Brick by Brick (San Diego, CA) and Chain Reaction (Anaheim, CA) with Rotten Sound. For fans that missed these two special dates, footage from the Chain Reaction performance is now online; to watch the track, “Rot With Me”, please visit:
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Poison Headache has announced additional live shows for fall 2016, supporting Killswitch Engage and Noisem in San Diego, CA. See below for more event information!
Poison Headache will be touring in support of their recently released self-titled debut. Produced by the band’s own Phil Sgrosso (vocals/guitar/bass), mixed by Taylor Young (Nails, Twitching Tongues), and mastered by Brad Boatright (Black Breath, Inverloch, Sleep) of Audiosiege Mastering, Poison Headache is a 10-song monster: a heaving, teeth-bared mass of anger, violent intent, aggression, and terrible certainty. One part Entombed Wolverine Blues, one part Motorhead Ace of Spades, and one part Converge Jane Doe, Poison Headache is crossover for the new age. To purchase Poison Headache, please visit metalblade.com/poisonheadache or poisonheadache.com/shop, where the record is available in various formats.
Read on for some reviews of Poison Headache‘s acclaimed debut:
“…the San Diego trio’s self-titled debut rips and tears through a gnarly mix of hardcore, thrash, crust, and general bad vibes, and you can just tell that they’re going to slay live once they get out of California.” – Noisey.Vice.com
“If you dig insanely well-written corrosive hardcore with a knife-sharp metal edge to it – and who amongst us doesn’t? – you’re gonna dig Poison Headache.” – MetalSucks.net
“This shit is so violent you almost can’t listen to it sitting down, which is a testament to the music’s energy.” – MetalInjection.net
“…if you like music like Nails, or Twitching Tongues, you’ve got a new band to add to your list of metal/hardcore bands to keep an eye out for.” – MetalInsider.net
“Poison Headache play dark and aggressive hardcore with a little twist of gothic melancholy thrown in. Their album will fit nicely in my library on the same shelf as Integrity, sandwiched between The Banner and Harm’s Way.” – InvisibleOranges.com