“We always want to challenge ourselves to fully surrender to the slow grinding of the negative emotions that our music embodies.”
Chris Polone and The Rail Club Live took to spilling all the tea on July 4th by taking a stand against the order to close by Texas Gov. Abbott.
The album strips away the grit and crust found throughout the band’s prior releases.
A listening experience that’s unique and highly compelling, with no shortage of emotional depth, heaviness, and honesty.
The band offers a list of songs that inspired them when they formed and continue to inspire them today.
“I think Iron Jaw plays with the intensity of a thrash band, but our songs are more in line with our older influences.”
A whirling amalgam of black, thrash, and death metal.
Best described as a collage of alternative and extreme music.
Provides the perfect soundtrack for these trying times and is sure to be a contender for album of the year lists.
An album that forces your attention, in spite of its mellow and calming first impression.