Poison Headache launches live video for “Rot With Me”

– 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 tour dates
Sept. 14 – San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick w/ Noisemticketfly.com
Oct. 13 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues w/ Killswitch Engageconcerts.livenation.com

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

Poison Headache online:
http://poisonheadache.com
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Poison Headache streams self-titled debut via Loudwire.com, alongside an exclusive interview with Phil Sgrosso (vocals/guitar/bass)

– June 3rd, 2016 –

San Diego metallic-hardcore trio Poison Headache has released their new self-titled debut today via Metal Blade Records. To purchase Poison Headache, please visit metalblade.com/poisonheadache or poisonheadache.com, where the record is available in various formats. To hear the album in its entirety, head over to Loudwire.com for the exclusive stream – plus an interview with the band’s own Phil Sgrosso (vocals/guitar/bass), who also produced Poison Headache: loudwire.com

Poison Headache is a 10-song monster: a heaving, teeth-bared mass of anger, violent intent, aggression, and terrible certainty – mixed by Taylor Young (Nails, Twitching Tongues) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Black Breath, Inverloch, Sleep) of Audiosiege Mastering. 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.

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

Poison Headache track-listing
1. Sin Eater
2. Pity the Backseat
3. Rot with Me
4. Conspirator
5. Gray Skies
6. Benumbed
7. Death’s Design
8. Hail, Colossus
9. Never. Again.
10. Discloser

Poison Headache online:
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https://www.instagram.com/poisonheadache

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Poison Headache streams self-titled debut via Loudwire.com, alongside an exclusive interview with Phil Sgrosso (vocals/guitar/bass)

– June 3rd, 2016 –

San Diego metallic-hardcore trio Poison Headache has released their new self-titled debut today via Metal Blade Records. To purchase Poison Headache, please visit metalblade.com/poisonheadache or poisonheadache.com, where the record is available in various formats. To hear the album in its entirety, head over to Loudwire.com for the exclusive stream – plus an interview with the band’s own Phil Sgrosso (vocals/guitar/bass), who also produced Poison Headache: loudwire.com

Poison Headache is a 10-song monster: a heaving, teeth-bared mass of anger, violent intent, aggression, and terrible certainty – mixed by Taylor Young (Nails, Twitching Tongues) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Black Breath, Inverloch, Sleep) of Audiosiege Mastering. 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.

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

Poison Headache track-listing
1. Sin Eater
2. Pity the Backseat
3. Rot with Me
4. Conspirator
5. Gray Skies
6. Benumbed
7. Death’s Design
8. Hail, Colossus
9. Never. Again.
10. Discloser

Poison Headache online:
http://poisonheadache.com
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Poison Headache premieres new track, “Gray Skies”, via InvisibleOranges.com

– May 18th, 2016 –

Due to unleash their self-titled debut on June 3rd via Metal Blade Records, Poison Headache is now launching their third single, “Gray Skies”, in anticipation of their album’s release. To listen to the new track from the San Diegan metallic-hardcore trio, please visit InvisibleOranges.com for the stream: invisibleoranges.com

For another preview of Poison Headache, be sure to check out the following previously released singles:
–”Sin Eater”: noisey.vice.com
–”Conspirator”: metalsucks.net

To pre-order the album, please visit: metalblade.com/poisonheadache or poisonheadache.com, where the record is available in various formats.

Poison Headache‘s self-titled debut is a 10-song monster: a heaving, teeth-bared mass of anger, violent intent, aggression, and terrible certainty – mixed by Taylor Young (Nails, Twitching Tongues) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Black Breath, Inverloch, Sleep) of Audiosiege Mastering. 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. See below for the official track-listing.

Poison Headache track-listing
1. Sin Eater
2. Pity the Backseat
3. Rot with Me
4. Conspirator
5. Gray Skies
6. Benumbed
7. Death’s Design
8. Hail, Colossus
9. Never. Again.
10. Discloser

This weekend, Southern California fans can hear Poison Headache in its entirety at a special album listening party, which will take place on May 21st at Brick by Brick immediately following the Soulfly show. The event will feature “Hail, Colossus” – an exclusive, small batch beer by Coronado Brewing Co. – plus giveaways for Poison Headache CDs, t-shirts, and more. Located at 1130 Buenos Avenue, San Diego, CA 92110, the party is 21+ with no cover; for more information, please visit: brickbybrick.com

Poison Headache online:
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Poison Headache streams first single, “Sin Eater”, via Noisey.Vice.com

– April 28th, 2016 –

Signs worldwide deal with Metal Blade Records

Metal Blade Records is proud to announce the worldwide signing of Poison Headache, a metallic-hardcore trio hailing from San Diego, CA. Set to release their self-titled debut on June 3rd, Poison Headache has now launched their first single, “Sin Eater”, via Noisey.Vice.com in conjunction with the signing news: noisey.vice.com

With Poison Headache, fans can expect a 10-song monster: a heaving, teeth-bared mass of anger, violent intent, aggression, and terrible certainty – mixed by Taylor Young (Nails, Twitching Tongues) and mastered by Brad Boatright (Black Breath, Inverloch, Sleep) of Audiosiege Mastering. 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.

Poison Headache comments: “Big thanks to Brian Slagel and the MB team for their support of our debut album. It is an honor to have our music released through such a driving force in the metal community.”

See below for the official track-listing and artwork for Poison Headache, and stay tuned for more details coming soon.


Poison Headache track-listing
1. Sin Eater
2. Pity the Backseat
3. Rot with Me
4. Conspirator
5. Gray Skies
6. Benumbed
7. Death’s Design
8. Hail, Colossus
9. Never. Again.
10. Discloser

Poison Headache online:
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https://www.instagram.com/poisonheadache

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Sabertooth Zombie Streaming New Track “Crazy Endings”

After giving you a headache, Sabertooth Zombie is now offering up some “Crazy Endings.” Check out the new track below, courtesy of BrooklynVegan.

These new songs come by way of “Human Performance IV,” due to drop on March 3rd via Twelve Gauge Records. Sabertooth Zombie’s “Human Performance IV” record release show goes down March 14th at Thee Parkside in San Francisco. The track listing is:

1. The Headache
2. Coffin Coast
3. Gardens of Loss
4. Crazy Endings

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Teslathrone Streaming Full “Railgun” Album

Minsk, Belarus-based outfit Teslathrone has posted the full “Railgun” album online for streaming. Give it a listen in the player below, and the track listing is as follows:

01. Generator (0:08)
02. Down wit the silence (3:24)
03. Oil (7:56)
04. Lost wisdom (Burzum cover) (12:09)
05. To the stars (16:21)
06. Time trouble (21:10)
07. S.O.S. (24:37)
08. Endless Headache (28:31)
09. Orange Tuesday (33:23)

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Pig Destroyer Re-Signs With Relapse Records

Fresh on the heels of fifth album “Book Burner” (reviewed here) released last month, grindcore kings Pig Destroyer have re-signed with their long time record label home Relapse Records. Pig Destroyer’s Adam Jarvis comments:

“Super excited to be a part of the extraordinary Relapse Records again! A song comes to mind in the melody of the ‘Team America’ jingle. Relapse, FUCK YEAH! Once again, signing a muthafuckin contract!”

Scott Hull adds, “Relapse has been a great home for both ANb and Pig Destroyer since the very early days. We’re not an easy band to deal with but Relapse has been patient, enthusiastic, and accommodating to our headache-inducing schedules, our strict adherence to not touring or behaving like a normal band, and just generally being pains-in-the-asses. We wouldn’t trade that for anything.”

JR Hayes also stated, “I don’t always sign contracts with record labels, but when I do, I choose Relapse.”

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